In the midst of a federal funding disaster, a good idea emerges.
Four charts that point to the merits of fix-it-first road funding.
The Department of Transportation repeatedly over-estimates vehicle miles traveled.
It's not too soon to start discussing how to keep the Highway Trust Fund from bankruptcy.
Several may surprise you.
A small fee based on each mile traveled, with a surcharge during rush-hour and on city roads, may be the optimal road-funding model.
A new report compares driving trends state by state.
Oregon just reinvented the gas tax.
Twenty-something Americans drive about 20 percent less today than their parents.
A new generation of funding schemes turns the "user fee" on its head.
The need for better awareness about traffic strategies is quite clear.
The state's latest pilot program overcomes privacy concerns by giving drivers five options, from full tracking to none at all.
San Francisco is the latest city to consider a vehicle-miles traveled fee system.
If Americans have really reached "peak driving," recent changes in land use may be a reason why.
The farming communities of the Central Valley breathe some of the worst air in the nation