New York Democrat Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney spent tens of thousands on transportation — all while telling New Yorkers to stay home due to COVID-19.
Power-hungry government officials’ eyes have been opened to how far they can stretch their ’emergency powers,’ and climate change is their next frontier.
“Biking to work” in a way that is neither a shorter nor a more environmentally-conscious commute is onbrand for a millennial mayor-turned-McKinsey consultant.
Biking Buttigieg can get out of a mileage tax, but that’s not how most of America works. If the administration cared about working families, they’d know that.
There appears to be no statistical connection between improved health outcomes and pandemic policies that forced nearly 40 million people into the unemployment lines.
It’s time to stop throwing money at an obsolete form of travel and focus on the transportation system that is already moving more than 80 percent of passenger travel in the U.S.
Reconstructing New York’s Penn Station in its original grandeur could be just the thing to reinvigorate conservatism in America’s cities and suburbs.
One hundred fifty years ago today, on May 10, 1869, events in a remote section of Utah helped quite literally bring the country together.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez would be wise to learn from the lessons of an overly-ambitious government project gone awry, wasting taxpayers’ money.
Instead of running 400 miles of track through farmland in the Central Valley, Rep. Alexandra Oscasio-Cortez’s Green New Deal promises the same boondoggle on a bicoastal scale.
Instead of its ancient wisdom, America seems intent on learning from China what first began to take hold in the late 1940s as a hopeful republic collapsed into Communism.
For only $300, you too can turn your car into a garbage can and make memories for a lifetime.
The political debate about public transit isn’t really about transit. It’s about identity. It’s about the kind of people progressives wish Americans were.
As infrastructure reform gears up, policymakers across the country should critically examine federal, state, and local ‘incentives’ propping up the procurement of road salt.
Many drivers say they will have to start taking more risks and extending fewer courtesies to fellow motorists, now that the clock is their boss.
Today on Federalist Radio, Emily Washington explains the intersection of free markets and urban planning.
Ride-sharing company Uber isn’t about ripping off customers.
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