A report released by the state shows some of the different proposed costs for commuters, out-of-state truckers and others using the proposed tolled routes.
The billionaire is drilling for futuristic transit under Los Angeles. He didn’t have to ask the neighbors first.
Fire investigators continue to look at the possible role power equipment may have played in starting the state’s deadliest wildfire on record.
COMMENTARY | Pressing infrastructure concerns require a mental shift — a return to nature.
The energy-saving solution can be used by water treatment and wastewater facilities.
City planners now say they are increasingly turning to methods aligned with the Dutch concept of “living with water.” Instead of resisting water, cities are channeling it to where they want it to go.
Looking at scheduled departures, here’s when airport authorities, airlines, baggage handlers and security screeners will be especially busy.
Waymo calls the move a milestone for the company's self-driving fleet.
The National Institute of Building Sciences expands on work showing the benefits of mitigation spending far outweigh the costs.
A resiliency team takes an out-of-the-box approach to America’s least sexy problem.
But it’s probably not the wall you’re thinking of.
As Rahm Emanuel prepares to leave City Hall next year, this map helps cement his transportation legacy in the nation’s third-largest city.
STATE AND LOCAL ROUNDUP | Indiana’s balanced-budget proposal … newly discovered quake faults in Oregon … and “demographic time bomb” in a Colorado ski town.
New Orleans is building a state-of-the-art, billion-dollar terminal. But is it planning for a future doomed by climate change?
A consumer advocacy group said regulators are also to blame for the delay in getting service back up. Wireless carriers countered that they’ve restored service as quickly as possible.
While Nevada’s effort to update its renewable portfolio standard has seen little opposition, the largest utility in Arizona is resisting the same measure.
After storms, rural water workers from other states help restore service. Following Hurricane Michael, many were awaiting word that they could access damaged areas.
Switching to an environmentally friendly community choice energy program will cost customers a bit more every month.
Apps are helping state employees do their jobs, cutting down on the old "paperwork nightmare."
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