"Over the last 6 years, Congress has ducked its responsibility to reliably fund highway projects 33 times... It is essential that Congress get off the sidelines and pass a long term and sustainable revenue source so that state transportation planners have the certainty they need to plan and execute these projects. " The East Montpelier bridge on state Route 14 just...» Read More
Raising the federal gas tax would fund infrastructure spending at a time when cars are more fuel efficient, AutoNation's Mike Jackson says.
The Russian railway's death toll is part of life under Putin, as the country sometimes fails to provide basic infrastructure despite prospering over the past 14 years.
Jane Seymour's furniture line, Platine de Royale, is facing issues with inventory stuck in West Coast ports.
Skepticism is growing over a $50 billion project to build a canal across Nicaragua, a project spearheaded by a little-known Chinese businessman.
Shipping lines and terminal operators at 29 U.S. West Coast ports requested federal mediation on Monday in their contract talks with the union for 20,000 dockworkers.
Carnival Cruises earnings have beaten expectations in its fourth quarter, with lower fuel prices being a great help, says David Dingle, UK chairman of Carnival Cruises.
A scandal is engulfing Mexico's president, but it's not likely to disrupt energy auctions scheduled for next year.
A little research can uncover deep discounts, freebies and even options to get paid for leaving your car while on vacation.
There's a lot of money sitting on the sidelines of the global economy. Let's put it to work to benefit all, says Ret. Gen. Wesley Clark.
Fewer than 10,000 workers could get the new minimum raise adopted by the Los Angeles City Council.
Plans are advancing for a private high-speed luxury railway in Florida by the end of 2016.
Big investors are shaping transportation in 2039 by betting on relatively boring fixes to bridges, airports and roads.
While the nation's primary passenger rail system is growing amid hopes for faster service, it's stuck with crumbling infrastructure.
On its centennial, cruisers are still flocking to make the 8–10 hour trip between oceans.
Ride-sharing service Lyft accused rival Uber of employing dirty tricks to get ahead.
Recreational vehicles are "the most discretionary purchase you can think of," so as the economy emerges from the recession, sales are starting to follow.
Companies are sitting on trillions in cash—would be great to see them invest it in US infrastructure, says the CEO of McGraw Hill Financial.
Farm-to-table meals have become so popular that hotels are now getting in the game by offering prepared meals using food hooked or shot by guests.
Congress is inching toward a solution to the government's highway funding crisis that is about as structurally sound as a sand castle.
Macquarie Bank and Cintra own a 75-year lease on the Indiana toll road. Baruch Feigenbaum, Reason Transportation analyst, explains why this is working, and the private sector's role in improving infrastructure in the U.S.