Infrastructure in the News 07.08.2016
The Hill: Federal safety agency investigating another autopilot crash
A federal safety agency has opened a second investigation into a crash involving a Tesla Motors car that was equipped with autopilot technology, The New York Times reported.
Infrastructure in the News 07.07.2016
Wall Street Journal: What Happened When Gasoline Prices Plunged? We Bought More Gas
Infrastructure in the News 7.6.16
The New York Times (AP): Computers, Not Humans to Scan Carry-On Bags in TSA Test
Federal officials said Tuesday that they are expanding tests to speed up airport lines and improve security.
Bloomberg BNA: Clinton Likes Ike as Model for Infrastructure Plan
Infrastructure in the News 7.5.16
The New York Times: How Anti-Growth Sentiment, Reflected in Zoning Laws, Thwarts Equality
Infrastructure in the News 7.1.16
The Washington Post: Tesla driver using autopilot killed in crash
A Tesla driver was killed in a collision in Florida with a tractor trailer while the vehicle was in "Autopilot" mode, the car maker announced Thursday.
Infrastructure in the News 6.30.16
Politico: LaHood: Stick with final 54.5 mpg standards
Former Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood is optimistic that auto manufacturers can meet the Obama administration's goal of lifting the nation's fuel economy standard to 54.5 miles per gallon by 2025.
Infrastructure in the News 6.28.16
New York Times: Airport Security Fix: Better Training _ for Humans and Dogs
Infrastructure in the News 6.24.16
The Atlantic: Will Robocars Kick Humans Off City Streets?
Infrastructure in the News 6.23.16
The New York Times: The New Panama Canal: A Risky Bet
After an intense two-year competition, a consortium led by a Spanish company in severe financial distress learned that its rock-bottom bid of $3.1 billion had won the worldwide competition to build a new set of locks for the historic Panama Canal.
Infrastructure in the News 6.22.16
The Wall Street Journal: As Expanded Panama Canal Prepares to Open, New York Isn’t Ready