Frustrated with the FCC maps, the National Association of Counties and other federal agencies are looking to figure out which communities lack broadband access.
Sonny Perdue also called FCC broadband coverage maps “fake news,” saying his agency wants to get more accurate information from states.
Some, like Minneapolis, still rely heavily on polluting natural gas to heat buildings through frigid winters.
Deployment remains in the early stages in many places.
Making sure officials know what things like artificial intelligence do is a good starting point, according to a new report.
Providing money to states faster after disasters, and offering funds before they strike, would make communities safer, governors said.
An outcome to negotiations that lowers or ends Chinese tariffs could be critical to President Trump’s reelection hopes, Arkansas’ governor predicted.
From high costs of implementation to more pressing regulatory concerns, current barriers to entry make the technology difficult to implement.
The large geography of the affected region and a significant influx of rebuilding funds helped lessen the disaster’s economic damage to the Lone Star State, according to a new analysis.
Fixed-route bus use, in particular, has seen steep declines in use while ride-sharing continues to grow in popularity, according to a new report.
Some infrastructure funding was included in the final legislation signed by President Trump last week.
More than 5,000 invasive species—from plants like cheatgrass to rodents like nutria—inhabit the U.S. causing about $120 billion in economic damage annually.
A new guide for non-technologists aims to help local officials avoid technology and policy pitfalls.
“We can do little reauthorizations within the current constraints, but to do something big we’d have to fess up and agree that you have to pay for things,” said U.S. Sen. Roger Wicker, chairman of the Senate Commerce Committee.
Washington, D.C made it a goal to place more bike stations in disadvantaged neighborhoods, but wealthier, white areas are favored while usage remains low in predominantly black wards.
Widespread digital access and comprehensive infrastructure inventories will be the keys to regional success, according to Brookings policy experts.
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.
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.
The president said it's time to deal with ‘crumbling infrastructure,’ but delivered no concrete ideas on how to invest.
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