Overall the industry shed about 8,000 positions in 2018.
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The controversy involves questions about when wastewater is subject to Clean Water Act permitting requirements.
Some infrastructure funding was included in the final legislation signed by President Trump last week.
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Officials estimate that 24 million people in the United States can't get broadband internet service. Eighty percent of those people live in rural areas.
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Urban cycling design tends to neglect lower-income people of color, who are often the majority of people who ride bikes to work.
"Fatalities are at a 25-year high," says one expert.
After delays, Association of American Railroads staff are confident the industry will implement positive train control where federally mandated no later than Dec. 31, 2020.
Yes, you can close a major urban highway and the world won’t end.
Congress has little time to reach consensus on ideas like increasing the gas tax and phasing in vehicle miles traveled before the 2020 election cycle shuts their window to fix and modernize everything from roads to water pipes.
Expanding resilient infrastructure grants topped their list.
“Cities like ours in northeast Ohio are in desperate need of federal funds,” Mayor Jamael Tito Brown wrote in a letter to the White House.
The president said it's time to deal with ‘crumbling infrastructure,’ but delivered no concrete ideas on how to invest.
As of 2020, all new homes in California will need to be connected to solar power, such as having panels preinstalled.
“We’re confident that this is something we can do,” says a policy adviser with the advocacy group backing the idea.
The death of a young mother who fell in a New York City subway station has drawn scrutiny to the inaccessibility of public-transit systems.
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