In a new paper, a team of scientists cautions that plans to add more than 3,700 miles of roads in the next few years could seriously endanger biological wealth.
It's not just that 5G requires a lot of gear that can inspire NIMBY-ism from locals, it's also that some people really don't like it when they see it.
The proposal allocates tens of billions of dollars in funding to combat a variety of issues, including drinking water, broadband access, and health care.
Linda Garcia is set to receive this year's Goldman Environmental prize for keeping an oil-by-rail terminal our of her Washington neighborhood.
"Tactical transit lanes"—also known as dedicated bus lanes—are a simple and low-cost way of creating better bussing infrastructure.
A new study looks at how Japan's investment in rail has affected the country's real estate prices, and what that might—or might not—mean for Californians.
Research suggests it can—but the real answer is more complicated.
New research finds that people from communities that weren't close to a road were more skeptical about the prospect of a new one.
A quick guide to Proposition 3, among the more confusing measures on which Californians will vote on November 6th.
A new initiative—looking to equalize the gender gap in the workforce—calls for hiring an equal number of men and women to help restore a shattered mountainside.
According to a new study, wealthy and educated citizens could be the first to go.
The all-white bikes, placed at locations of fatal bicycle crashes, serve as an infrastructure of grief—part memorial, part protest symbol.
To help animals navigate our fast-paced highway systems nature conservationists have started building infrastructure designed specifically for critters.
Environmental experts warn that many of these projects could cause irreversible damage in highly biodiverse areas.
It's going to cost the city around $2 billion to increase the capacity of the four "Deep Tube" lines by 10 trains an hour.
President Donald Trump is expected to preside over a signing ceremony today for a memorandum to reduce redundancies in the federal permitting process.
A number of controversial issues have emerged in recent weeks as roadblocks to a new budget bill.
The president's proposed $1 trillion infrastructure investment could heat up the debate around the role of the federal government in local planning and policy.