Editorial/Commentary

I don’t suppose very many people consider infrastructure, or even the idea of infrastructure, in the course of discussions or debates or platforms on…
April 01, 2021
Over the last century, we have been improving the U.S. transportation system—but it is far from perfect. Interstates divide communities. Nearly 37,…
April 01, 2021
As the passage of the American Rescue Plan Act has put COVID relief in the rearview mirror, the industry’s attention has turned to President Biden’s…
March 26, 2021
It mystifies me that water services were being shut down in Texas after the pummeling deep freeze and massive snow engulfed much of the state.  What…
March 04, 2021
As we approach the one-year anniversary of when the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic was declared a national emergency in the U.S., all eyes are fixed…
February 26, 2021
At the moment of this writing, I am sitting in bed, my laptop atop my crossed legs, the television is on in front of me, and in minutes we will have…
February 03, 2021
Given the chaos that 2020 is leaving in its wake, you’d have to forgive any industry expert who declined to try and make sense of all the disorder…
February 03, 2021
Since the presidential inauguration on Jan. 20, one image from that day has captured the zeitgeist of a country still battling the threat of…
January 29, 2021
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