Infrastructure & Environment

To Meet Obama’s Carbon-Cutting Goals, States Work Together

Even states that sued Obama over the EPA's new rules to combat climate change are trying to figure out how to comply with them.

10 Years and Still Waiting for Space Travel's Takeoff

Truth or Consequences, N.M., is hoping space tourism will transform the sleepy desert town.

Can Funny Traffic Signs Save Drivers' Lives?

Highway agencies are increasingly using humor and wit to try to get people to drive safer.

States Take Larger Role in Passenger Rail

A federal law enacted in the late days of the Bush administration is starting to force states to take a closer look at local Amtrak routes that they subsidize.

More from Infrastructure & Environment