Transportation Infrastructure

Gil Carmichael

Embracing Interstate 2.0: A Rail-based Transportation Vision 

The United States is finally beginning to realize that we must develop a new transportation policy that meets the dynamic market demands of both domestic and global trade. The Interstate Highway System of the previous century, created during a 40-year era of “cheap fuel” and serving primarily U.S. highways and airlines, performed well. But today, […]

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Christopher Chung

Efficient Use of State Resources Keeps Transportation Flowing

States have fewer dollars to spend on transportation these days, but that does not mean that highways and roads are destined to fall into disrepair. How can transport departments ensure the smooth, safe travel of goods and people in cash-strapped times? The Show-Me State’s answer: Change the way business is done. Missouri, on track to […]

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