American Society of Civil Engineers
As Congress takes up tax code reform, there is one thing we can be sure of. Most of us will not understand what the House
Novel solutions have emerged that could unlock forest restoration investment.
It’s essential to controlling health care costs, and it won’t happen without infrastructure improvements being at its core.
The federal government is confronted by a series of fiscal challenges for which public health is a crucial antidote. It’s
Perhaps Congress ought to do something about this.
Aging spans cover the nation as delayed maintenance may threaten drivers.
There could be many causes of the tragic NJ Transit train crash yesterday. But assuming it wasn't willful intent, we know that a contributing factor was a lack of investment in new technology.
Other communities nationwide could face a similar public health emergency if elected officials don't act to beef up U.S. water infrastructure. In recent years there have been reports of high levels of lead in the water supply in Washington, D.C. and Providence, R.I., among other places.
Flint's tap water serves as indictment of all those who believed that the private sector can fulfill our social needs and that tax cuts matter more than public investments.
With 2014 weighing in as the hottest year on record, the window to mitigate global warming rapidly shrinks. It's time to eliminate the debate that action on climate change will harm economic growth.
The fact is that is most of us don't sit up and take notice until bridges actually collapse, pipes burst and sidewalks give way. Take what has been recently happening in Los Angeles.
The state of New Jersey, Christie's domain, has 6,554 bridges in all, and 651 of them are considered structurally deficient
Other major Bay Area Bridges have their own issues. The Golden Gate, San Mateo and Dumbarton bridges are listed as functionally
At least two vehicles were on the span when it fell into the river. Rescue teams quickly arrived on the scene to save victims