A damning report released by the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) Inspector General wi
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
This study proposes a new approach to protecting species threatened with extinction, called the Endangered Species Reserve Program.
The Reason Foundation’s 21st Annual Highway Report uses 11 different categories to assess the performance of the 50 state-owned highway systems from 1984 to 2012.
Despite the fact that expected ridership is well below what will be needed to operate the system, the California High-Speed Rail Authority got the okay to begin building a 114-mile stretc
Gas tax revenues are failing to keep pace with highway needs as cars get more fuel efficient.
Policymakers can implement fiscally sustainable pension reforms that are fair to both taxpayers and government wor
How E-Cigarette Alarmists Endanger Smokers' Lives, or Why Eli Lake Should Not Switch Back to Marlboros
Daily Beast national security correspondent Eli Lake gave up cigarettes in 2008, after years of suffering from smoking-related respiratory ailments, when his doctor warned him that he
The I-35 bridge collapse in Minneapolis has revealed the ugly truth about our tendency to put off the maintenance of infrastructure.