Owners of battery-powered cars sometimes struggle to refuel on longer trips because public chargers don’t work or malfunction while cars are plugged in.
The program, which was made permanent last year, gave New Yorkers more public spaces, but is retreating in many areas. Community advocates hope to stop that slide.
Five years after its launch, the railway has become associated with debt, dysfunction and criminal inquiries, and it is now a lightning rod in Tuesday’s election.
Most of the top leaders received bonuses above $200,000 in the last fiscal year, as Amtrak worked to recover from the coronavirus pandemic.
Overuse and climate change will mean sharp cuts in water use.
The Biden administration will increase assistance to areas that lack the capacity to apply for improvements to their sanitation and storm water systems.
The Environmental Protection Agency found that water at a mobile home park that mostly serves agricultural workers contained almost 10 times the allowable limit of arsenic. But housing alternatives are hard to find.
Along the way to the $369 billion package, the West Virginia senator secured an array of concessions for his state and for the fossil fuel industry.
The Senate’s proposal aims to accelerate electric car sales and promote domestic battery manufacturing at China’s expense.
When one country defaults, lenders start worrying that others will do the same.
The city is not exactly known for its state-of-the-art airports. That should change by 2030.
In a country more accustomed to temperate weather, a brutal heat wave tested Britain’s infrastructure and forced millions to choose between a Stygian commute or a stifling home office.
A project to build new tunnels from New Jersey to Penn Station moved a step closer to construction with an agreement between New York and New Jersey.
Mayor Eric Adams wants to jump-start the project, but some critics have raised safety concerns.
On a personal episode of “Still Processing,” Wesley Morris revisits a highway that he walked across as a kid. He never knew how deeply it had transformed the neighborhood it ran through.
Proposed regulations would require charging stations built with federal dollars to be located no more than 50 miles apart.
A frenzy of building on borrowed money in the Rajapaksa family’s home district illustrates the hubris and mismanagement that led the country into economic collapse.
You can’t transform the economy without first transforming the government.
Western officials are debating the Kremlin’s calculations in not trying harder to halt weapons shipments in Ukraine. Analysts wonder whether a bigger mobilization by Moscow is on the horizon.
Democrats should let voters know about their successes — and run on Democratic values.
Bicyclists and pedestrians are dying at alarming rates. Do we have the courage to remake our car-centric streets?
A new rule requires agencies to analyze the climate impacts of proposed highways, pipelines and other projects, and gives local communities more input.
President Cyril Ramaphosa traveled to the east coast, which was pounded by days of rain that washed away bridges and swept homes from their foundations.
Prices at the pump have apparently given some Americans second thoughts. But two practical problems remain: not enough cars and relatively few charging stations.
Mexico’s president inaugurated the first of a series of long-promised infrastructure projects — possibly a little too soon.
As President Biden touts an “infrastructure decade,” there is little that’s certain about the biggest infrastructure project of them all.
As communities across the United States receive pandemic relief money, fierce debates have erupted over priorities, and who has the power to set them.
New York lags far behind most cities in electric-vehicle infrastructure, but changes are coming.
A wireless infrastructure company is betting it can figure out how to locate and install charging stations for a growing wave of new vehicles.
Much of the funding is left up to state leaders, some of whom have already pushed back on the federal government’s goals. Mr. Landrieu will be key to resolving those differences.
In announcing the company’s $90 billion profit in 2021, Warren Buffett noted the role that Berkshire plays in the American economy.
A range of special interests lobbied for infrastructure dollars. The asphalt industry may have been the most successful.
Some civil rights leaders have grown frustrated with the lack of action behind administration proposals that would help Black and Latino communities.
Highway expansions tend to bring more greenhouse gas emissions. A few states are trying to change that dynamic, but it won’t be easy.
Residents have been waiting almost a century for new stations. Some aren’t sure they’ll be built.
At least 10 people sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the collapse, officials said.
Two of the stations designed by the famed architect more than 100 years ago for the old ‘Consolidated’ railroad have a chance to be transformed for new uses.
The department said it would use new funding in the infrastructure law to carry out the strategy, which touches on issues ranging from speed limits to emergency medical care.
A military report warned that striking the giant structure could cause tens of thousands of deaths.
A federal apprenticeship program will train thousands of new truck drivers who are as young as 18.
“New Mannahatta” would help the city’s housing crisis and protect against the impact of climate change.
The new law allocates $11.7 billion for wastewater and stormwater projects. Will it get to the impoverished communities who need it most?
Without dedicated funding for conservation, many of New York City’s public memorials and artworks are decaying from neglect.
The $1 trillion infrastructure bill that President Biden signed into law includes money that Amtrak hopes can fix crumbling bridges and tunnels along the Northeast Corridor.
Readers join Charles M. Blow in voicing anger at vaccine resisters who endanger others. Also: The brain as democracy’s infrastructure.
The U.S. secretary of state seeks to make the case that the United States is a better bet as a partner than China, even if it’s not spending so lavishly in the region.
Elected officials announced deals on funding of a new international terminal at Kennedy Airport and improvements to commuter train service.
A plan to “daylight” Tibbetts Brook in the Bronx would be one of the city’s most ambitious green infrastructure improvements.
The $1 trillion infrastructure law funds programs that tend to favor wealthy, white communities — a test for Biden’s pledge to defend the most vulnerable against climate change.