It is unacceptable for passengers to be stranded in planes on the tarmac for hours on end.
The I-495 bridge over the Christina River in Wilmington, Delaware, is tilting.
Even one heatstroke death is one too many because every death caused by leaving a child unattended in a hot car is 100 percent avoidable.
The gas tax has been the backbone of the transportation system since the inception of the Interstate highway system in the 1950s.
Less revenue, more people, more freight, more gridlock - that is not a formula for success.
As we look at a future where we're going to have to double our freight capacity, how do you create a freight system that's integrated across the country when you have 50 different freight systems that are built one state at a time?