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Miami-Dade officials are pushing back against criticism from a transportation workers union argument that bus drivers and passengers are being endangered due to COVID-19. On Monday, the Transport Workers Union of America (TWUA) sent a letter to mayors of dozens of municipalities within Miami-Dade, arguing the...

THE HAGUE, Netherlands — In cities around the world, public transport systems are the key to getting workers back on the job and restarting devastated economies, yet everything from trains to buses to ferries to bicycles will have to be re-imagined for the coronavirus era. In...

By Brett Hauser | Special to CalMatters As our leaders in Washington look to create a jobs program focused on national infrastructure investments to sustain the U.S. economy, their decisions will significantly impact our economic future, including the industries that will — and will not — receive a...

IMAGE: A civil engineering professor at The University of Texas at Arlington is leading an interdisciplinary project to develop a comprehensive vision of what the Texas transportation system should look like...

Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD) officials have detailed bids for four infrastructure projects, including an interstate widening effort along a major freight corridor.© Shutterstock “Louisiana’s infrastructure has always been an important aspect of my administration and this announcement is another example of how joint...

As parts of Europe and the United States begin to lift coronavirus lockdown restrictions and allow people to go shopping, visit relatives and return to work, public officials are facing a new conundrum: How can people travel safely in crowded cities? Italy is poised to serve...