Federal assistance during the pandemic slowed rural hospital closures to only six the past two years - things could get worse in 2023.
Despite desire among some, workers are unlikely coming back to the office a majority of the work week: time to reimagine CBDs.
While overall employment recovers, state and local government hiring remains in a rut; so what's going on?
Despite the shock to government finances caused by the pandemic, states have not reduced capital spending.
Contrary to initial expectations, state and local government infrastructure investment increased in 2020 according to BEA data.
Normalizing return to office patterns and increasing summer tourism hasn't provided transit agencies the ridership boost they need.
San Francisco, facing a myriad of obstacles, may take the longest among major urban areas to recover from the pandemic.
Over two years since most offices closed to non-essential workers, and a disrupted "return to normal" last year, makes it seem unlikely Central Business…
At some point in its history, America chose to invest in air travel over its railways. With a renewed push for high speed rail, we should ask: Is it…
In the long-run, governments have time to respond to stock market shocks and most public pension systems will be able to adjust.
The city needs to face the challenges of losing daily commuting office workers; not bully companies.
A closer look at the debate of whether the public should subsidize stadiums for sports franchises.