Equity & Infrastructure
Civil engineers continue to shape ongoing discussions about what exactly infrastructure is and whose needs infrastructure must serve.
Public transit agencies are recovering from the pandemic but are optimistic about the industry, thanks to an influx of money and other factors.
Urban areas generate considerable greenhouse gases, so city leaders are turning to structural and other civil engineers to reduce their carbon footprints.
Leadership encompasses equity issues.
Sept. 11, infrastructure, inclusion, and the IIJA are on readers’ minds.
Beyond any other legislation in recent memory, the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act boosts federal spending for practically all infrastructure sectors.
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Younger engineers explore the relationship between the built environment and social justice. They say civil engineers can and must do more.
Civil engineers can lead the way to more equitable, successful communities.
The Interstate Bridge Replacement program seeks to protect and improve communities that were unduly injured with the construction of the original freeway.
The relationship between broadband and civil engineering is only growing, so how can civil engineers help bridge the broadband divide?
Confronting the digital divide in Los Angeles would require public and private stakeholders.