Projects will address everything from flooding to transportation.
"Our attention has been on that baseline has not really been adequately funded, or appropriately dealt with," according to U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty of Connecticut. "That needs to be addressed."
Administration officials told the lawmakers to expect more details about the proposal around the time of the president's State of the Union address, Sen. John Barrasso said Wednesday.
In an address, American Petroleum Institute President and CEO Jack Gerard also praised the Trump administration’s recent decision to expand offshore drilling on the outer continental shelf.
Southern California Edison faces litigation and is accused of negligence following the largest fire on record in the Golden State.
San Francisco and Philadelphia are joining the ranks of global cities with towers that rise above 300 meters, a height that may seem puny across Asia these days.
A powerful Nor’easter storm brought some of the highest tides on record to Massachusetts—and they’re a taste of what’s to come.
State and local authorities continue to closely monitor the fissure near Yakima, Washington.
States can spend as much as 15 percent of their payout to subsidize construction of public charging stations for electric cars.
State and local groups start 2018 awaiting the White House’s long-promised public works package.
As the general manager of the world’s busiest air hub vows to fix redundancy and communication problems, Delta Airlines plans to seek tens of millions in compensation.
Puerto Rico's post-Maria communications effort could serve as a disaster-response playbook for other governments.
The NTSB said the train that derailed south of Seattle on Monday was traveling 80 miles per hour, 50 miles faster than the speed limit on the curve where it crashed.
Our crumbling infrastructure can be fixed if we change how we fund capital investments and maintenance.
The Emerald City and its new mayor are trying to expedite new transit projects on a timeline where there's little room for multi-jurisdictional and stakeholder error.
The Aloha State continues to push back against President Trump’s retreat from the Paris Agreement with aggressive climate benchmarks.
Colorado's departing transportation chief offers some thoughts on what it takes.
Local jurisdictions are looking at less-expensive ways to improve transit service through traffic-clogged corridors. But it takes advocates inside and outside government to make them a reality.
It’s a problem communities can face when populations and property values decline.
The city needs the federal government's cooperation to make its climate-change resiliency plan work.
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