Kinda like politics. Well, not all ... there is a primer on the infrastructure battle in Washington.
What's old is new again, like intercity electric rail and pre-Trump administration environmental rules.
If computers could drive cars and helicopters, couldn't they write the headlines, too? Wait, don't answer that.
Cities seem to be learning a lot about good transportation policy, but Washington hasn't gotten the memo.
Do House Democrats have a spooky treat in store for us? Plus, how are your state's roads?
Cities across the globe are doing the electric transit slide. But intercity buses have been left without a dance partner.
The infrastructure bill(s) were never perfect, but now they might never happen at all. Plus ... oh, who cares.
Why do DOTs never learn that if you build it, they will drive? Plus, mayors ask Congress to pretty please, pass an infrastructure bill.
More news about the infrastructure bills, more wrongdoing by Tesla and Amazon, and more dire predictions for the future.
Everybody needs infrastructure funding. Just don't use it to widen freeways in states where teens in pickups are gunning for cyclists.
Expect a key infrastructure vote this week. Plus, Pittsburgh has a new transportation plan, Sound Transit's CEO is out and more headlines.
Why are bike lanes good? Let Vox count the ways. Plus, Lyft is more naughty than nice, and the Times rides with David Byrne.