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House Set to Vote Today on Short-Term Aviation Bill With Private Flood Insurance Provisions

by Thomas Aiello / /

The House is set to approve a bill that extends FAA funding for 6 months and allow for the creation of private flood insurance across the country.


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CBO Misfires Again on Air Traffic Control Reform’s Budgetary Impact

by Demian Brady / /

The CBO has provided another puzzling projection on the White House's air traffic control reform proposal.
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In Air or on Rails, Taxpayers Deserve Smarter Regulation

by Pete Sepp / /

Rails, roads, pipes, waterways, fibers, and airwaves can soar to a brighter future.
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Trump's Infrastructure Plan Faces Fiscal and Political Obstacles

by Spencer Woody / /

Both Republicans and Democrats have expressed concerns about Trump's infrastructure plan.
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Taxpayers Get Hosed In Water Resources Fight

by Nan Swift / /

The Senate-passed Water Resources Developement Act of 2016 was a step backwards in reforming the Army Corps of Engineers.
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Trump Outbids Clinton on Infrastructure Spending Hikes

by Spencer Woody / /

Trump promises to double what Clinton plans to spend on infrastructure.
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D.C. Streetcar's Future Uncertain

by Michael Tasselmyer / /

After traffic incidents, funding concerns, and months of delays, plans to operate a streetcar along 37 miles of track through Washington, D.C. may not be realized.
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Sunk by Regulation: Alaska Marine Highway Improvement

by Dan Barrett / /

Buy America regulations cause an infrastructure project between Alaska and British Columbia, Canada to be put on hold.
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California Breaks Ground on Boondoggle Bullet Train

by Lee Schalk / /

This week, Governor Jerry Brown succeeded in breaking ground on his beloved bullet train, a project that was sold to taxpayers back in 2008, when voters barely passed a $9.95 billion bond measure to fund it.
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Lift Off: Private Sector Bringing Manned Spaceflight Back to U.S.

by Dan Barrett / /

NASA made a big announcement yesterday that is out of this world: two companies (Boeing and SpaceX) have been selected to ferry humans from earth to the International Space Station (ISS). Boeing has completed all of NASA's testing and will receive $4.2 bi
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