Most of the interstate highway system is old and wearing out. In addition, increasing numbers of drivers are being forced onto already congested roads and streets. Much of the U.S.
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This is a primer on public-private partnerships that are becoming more common in the construction and operation of public infrastructure projects, especially toll roads. It answers frequently
Fulfilling the Promise of the Endangered Species Act: The Case for an Endangered Species Reserve Program
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Gas tax revenues are failing to keep pace with highway needs as cars get more fuel efficient.