U.S. News and World Report What can we do about declining transit ridership?
In the United States today, public transit is in crisis. From declining infrastructure in New York and San Francisco, to delays caused by needed repairs in Washington, to the loss of critical funding in Milwaukee, city after city is struggling with problems related to its bus and train systems.
U.S. News and World Report American Transportation Needs An Intervention
Across the United States, public transit is in crisis. Buses and trains which provide 10 billion trips each year are straining under the burden of a number of major challenges. These are threatening the ability of Americans to get to work, businesses to operate and cities to function.
U.S. News and World Report Air Traffic, Under Control
President Donald Trump's first budget proposal is notable for its massive cuts in scientific research, the Environmental Protection Agency, the State Department and the complete elimination of 19 federal agencies.