Infrastructure & Environment

States, Not Just Feds, Struggle to Keep Gas Tax Revenue Flowing

According to a Governing analysis, two-thirds of states' fuel taxes have failed to keep up with inflation, forcing lawmakers to revisit the politically fraught issue of raising taxes.

How Soon Before Trains Have the Technology That Would Have Prevented Philadelphia's Crash?

Cities are supposed to implement positive train control by the end of this year, but many are lagging. Los Angeles, however, got a head start years ago.

Unlike Most Redevelopment, Denver's Embraces Its Wild Past

Instead of just turning its underused land into housing and retail like most cities, Denver is building a community that blends its Wild West roots with the 21st century.

Looking to Rent Energy-Efficient Housing?

In an effort to make rentals more sustainable, 14 college towns banded together to create a website that shows people what they would pay in utilities.

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