Billions of taxpayer dollars are committed before all the evidence for, and against, infrastructure projects is in. As well as missing business cases, basic rules of economic modelling are broken.
North Korea's infrastructure is in dire need of expansion and modernisation. This is where the South can help.
Most road fatalities involving heavy vehicles are caused by the other party, not the truck driver. We need to educate road users on how to be safer around trucks.
It's annoying when your bus route gets off schedule or when buses bunch together. Why has it taken engineers so long to fix the problem?
'The Mother Road' is one step closer to becoming a National Historic Trail, which would allocate funds for struggling towns along the original Route 66.
Chinese financing and know-how present both a threat and an opportunity for infrastructure development. Australia can benefit from proactively identifying needs that Chinese investment can help meet.
In the wake of the Canadian government's rejection of a Chinese takeover bid for construction company Aecon, Canada must drop the 'Red Scare' rhetoric and figure out how to engage with a rising China.
Nearly a third of South Africa's municipalities are not financially viable.
'Bendable concrete' is not an oxymoron. Mimicking designs found in nature, engineers are making concrete that gives under stress without shattering – an advance that could improve US infrastructure.
Labor frontbencher Anthony Albanese is confident their candidates will win back their seats and is gearing up for the ALP's National Conference in late July.
Nestle pays the state a pittance in exchange for its water at a time when public awareness of water issues is rising.
TfL's money troubles worsen, as passenger numbers fall for the first time in two decades.
Do environmental reviews delay large-scale projects? The Trump administration says yes, but studies show that these reviews lead to better results and can even save time and money.
With a federal election looming within a year, our panel looks at what each state and territory has been handed in the budget - and why it matters.
A US$1.6 billion dollar dam in Sumatra threatens the recently discovered and desperately imperilled Tapanuli Orangutan.
Apartments are cheaper to heat, have better views and use land more efficiently.
Australia does need infrastructure to spur growth and support jobs - that idea comes with a big "but".
Analysis of the business cases for three of the biggest projects deemed "high priority" by Infrastructure Australia raises questions about the process.
A vigilant public is a necessary component in our collective security strategy against cyber attacks.
Canada has reportedly committed more than $1 billion to a Chinese investment bank. Is Canada unwittingly serving as a 'useful idiot' in Xi Jinping's grand plans to restore China's lost greatness?