In just over five years since groundbreaking, Hudson Yards is transforming Manhattan's Far West Side.
Across the U.S., public infrastructure is crumbling because of legislative gridlock and chronic underfunding.
Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport has announced a $8.5 billion plan that includes 3 new concourses and an international terminal.
New emphasis must be placed on looking at infrastructure as an entire ecosystem, with critical infrastructures dependent on each other.
The cities of New York, Los Angeles, and Grand Rapids, Michigan have each turned to a new technology to track customer sentiment of their police forces.
With the federal government AWOL on transportation, state and local governments must step up, say former DOT officials.
The Trump Administration’s Legislative Outline for infrastructure will add the measurement of outcomes against plans to federal grant policy.
As the U.S. reaches its 242nd birthday, infrastructure that's been key to its economic strength needs critical investment.
Atlanta proactively adapts and upgrades infrastructure with smart technology. Intelligent systems drive performance on road corridors, streetcars and traffic signals.
The SAP Transformation Navigator is a self-service road-mapping tool for customers to figure out what solutions are best aligned with their business goals.
The US is slated to become a major LNG export, provided new infrastructure is built to keep up with output.
Shunichi Miyanaga, president and CEO of Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, looks at ways to balance the priorities of energy security and lower emissions.
Trails and greenways can revitalize a community, boosting real estate values and improving ROI.
US city planners are worried about the risk of fires as power-generating batteries make their way into homes and businesses.
The alliance of Seattle and Tacoma ports is positioning itself as a major trading post on the West Coast.
Based on Terry Smith's 40-years of international banking and development, here are his thoughts, comments, and experiences concerning the "Proper" due diligence.
San Francisco looking to build fiber optic network to make affordable and accessible high-speed Internet a reality.
One Elon Musk company popularized the solar lease. Another Musk company is the main reason why it’s fading.
Billions from the state gas tax and increased vehicle fees will go to transit projects in California.
NREL is helping Hawaiian Electric Companies respond to new stability challenges associated with the rapid addition of solar power and other renewables.
Virginia is putting a framework in place to provide access to broadband to rural residents.
The remote Hawaiian Islands, moving to renewables for greater energy independence, are working with NREL to stabilize their electric grids.
A newly launched online database features a map of the US showing every wind turbines in the country.
The City of Spokane in Washington applies IOT technologies in its smart city initiatives.
Congress’ most critical transportation issue is ensuring the viability of the Highway Trust Fund.
A contributed article by Geospatial Corp. on advancements in locating, mapping and managing underground infrastructure.
Singapore is a model of strategic water planning, while Cape Town is a cautionary tale of how poor planning can impact quality of life.
Our crumbling infrastructure can be fixed if we change how we fund capital investments and maintenance.
Puerto Rico needs a blueprint to rebuild its grid with solar, wind & microgrid, says Mayor Cruz.
Tech-savvy Arlington County, Va., uses a local vendor to decrease electricity and maintenance costs, and save taxpayer money.
Cities are partnering with vendors to build smart, connected infrastructure to provide better services to citizens.
Many American cities are adopting local initiatives to rebuild their aging infrastructure.
A New Proposal in Texas Promises Lightning Speed Bullet Train - and a Showdown
President Trump hits China with tariffs, heightening concerns of global trade war
Companies are racing to offer guidance to clients in the last hectic days before President Trump’s tariffs take effect on Friday.
The $1.3 trillion spending bill nearing release this week makes additional funding available to the Gateway program.
Study finds tariffs will create 19,000 steel and aluminum and 6,000 service jobs but cost 25,000 manufacturing jobs
Las Vegas’ autonomous shuttle pilot program stays the course, even as it expands smart city initiatives
Solar panel makers trying to get around tariffs President Donald Trump has imposed on imported equipment are running out of time.
American steel factories to add 1,500 jobs since President Trump authorized tariffs on imports last Thursday, even as trade wars loom.
The US Energy Department wants to spend $175 million to design small coal-fired power plants that could be fired up quickly.
A 950-ton pedestrian bridge installed 5 days ago collapsed at Florida International University in Miami, crushing several vehicles and people underneath.
The White House says President Trump will campaign to pass a $1.1 trillion infrastructure bill, as members of Congress say it will only happen with the president’s push.
Although February floodwaters overran South Bend’s smart sewer system, the city says it helps with long-term planning and savings.
Harvard economists think the US government should do more to help struggling regions, including infrastructure investment.
Port of Long Beach is testing GE’s digital solution following similar pilot at Port of Los Angeles to move cargo quickly onto customers.
Politics delay the Gateway project which will build two train tunnels under the Hudson River connecting Manhattan and New Jersey.
New Jersey regulators will investigate how utilities responded to back-to-back storms that cut power to hundreds of thousands of customers.
While auto companies worry about the steel and aluminum tariffs, the unions see the measure as a way to protect US workers.
Top Aide Gary Cohn is set to resign as debate over President Trump’s tariffs heats up sending ripples across markets.
US Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao told US Senators that federal loans shouldn’t count towards the states’ share of funding a proposed tunnel connecting New Jersey with New York.
President Trump’s plan to impose 25% tariffs on steel imports and 10% tariffs on aluminum imports could affect infrastructure projects.
Col. Michael Clancy, Commander & District Engineer of the New Orleans District, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, reflects on the epic hurricane and flood mitigation work the federal government [...]
Cary, a town in the suburbs of Raleigh, N.C., is quietly leading an infrastructure overhaul, embracing innovative technologies to provide cost savings and also improved services to its roughly [...]
If the world’s drivers plug in an increasingly large EV fleet right after work at peak demand times, it could undo many of the environmental benefits expected from fewer cars running on gasoline [...]
At the White House this week, Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull will propose using a chunk of Australia’s $1.99 trillion pension savings pool to help funding for President Trump’s [...]
President Trump on Wednesday urged lawmakers to consider a 25-cent hike in the gas tax to pay for infrastructure projects.
The Trump Administration’s $1.5 trillion infrastructure plan announced Monday lays out a framework for private capital to work with local and state resources to fund projects.
The needs are great for the “gleaming new roads, bridges, highways, railways, and waterways across our land” that Trump has promised.
RedWave Energy strives to become first company in the world to capture waste heat and turn it into electricity, with co-founder Jim Nelson at the helm of affairs.
President Donald Trump urged Congress to pass a $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill to help rebuild the nation's crumbling roads and bridges during his first State Of The Union address on Tuesday.
From a new, futuristic bus terminal to modular nuclear reactors, these projects are redefining infrastructure and the way multi-billion dollar projects get done.
At a White House meeting Wednesday (Jan. 24) where President Donald Trump highlighted his infrastructure plan, Mesa, Ariz., Mayor John Giles...
President Trump’s first State Of The Union address next week will introduce his plans to upgrade our nation’s aging infrastructure.
Mayor Paul Soglin of Madison, Wis., is not a fan of publicly funded stadiums, pointing to studies which show the public doesn’t benefit from such initiatives.