When New Roads Have Cost Overruns and Benefit Shortfalls

Recent research indicates that Department of Transportation cost-benefit analysis for future transportation spending will be misleading.

When One Foot Is Better Than Two

During construction, a high rise building on the approach to an airport had to lose a floor. The reason was the length of a foot. Or…we should say the lengths of a foot. Why We Need To Lose a Foot…

Where to Find New Capital Cities

Whether looking at Indonesia today or the United States in 1791, moving a capital city can be somewhat similar.

Six Facts That Explain How China Plans to Dominate World Trade

China’s economic development and much more will be propelled if its Belt and Road Initiative sends trillions to countries in three continents.

What the Waffle House Index Says About a Storm

As a leading indicator for business activity during a natural disaster, the color coding for the Waffle House Index provides a handy forecast.