One in five U.S. households has no ready Internet access. Least likely to have access? The poor and less educated.
2.5 million miles of pipeline transport hazardous liquid and natural gas products across the United States - but are they safer than the vehicle-based alternatives?
More than three-quarters of American workers still drive alone to work each day.
The U.S. Postal Service is losing billions of dollars every year as mail volume declines in this digital era. Its future is uncertain.
67,000 US bridges were “structurally deficient” in 2011. Billions in stimulus money barely made a dent.
Americans are driving more miles and sitting in more traffic than ever before. It's taking a toll on roads.
Big trucks make up 4.3 percent of all highway vehicles, but in the most congested corridors, every fourth vehicle is a truck.
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