Toronto Region Commuter Rail Electrifying Lines, Expanding to All-Day Service

Water Resort Rolls With the Terrain

LAX Owner Awards Nearly $2-Billion Contract for New Automated People Mover

Toronto Towers Symbolize Love

Construction to Begin Soon on Major Reservoir in North Texas

Nordic Hotel Combines Fire and Ice

Wireless Charging to Power Buses in Israel
A company in Israel has developed a system to charge fully electric buses as they operate on their routes — without the need for overhead cables or docking stations....

Power to the People: Keokuk Dam and Power Plant Project
Tiny Keokuk, Iowa, helped tame the Mississippi River in 1913 with the completion of what was then the largest monolithic concrete dam and single-station powerhouse in the world....

The House That LEGO Built
Designed to resemble giant LEGO bricks stacked on top of one another, the LEGO House is an instantly iconic new building in Billund, Denmark. The 12,300 sq m facility houses multiple attractions and features...

Turning Imagination Into Reality (part of "The House That LEGO Built")

Embracing the Bricks (part of "The House That LEGO Built")

A Boost for Butte
The first gravity-powered municipal treatment facility featuring ceramic membranes in the United States, the Basin Creek Water Treatment Plant in Butte, Montana, uses innovative approaches to minimize...

The Long Road Back
The U.S. economic recovery following the Great Recession is one of the longest on record, but even after a decade, infrastructure spending still lags. Here is what experts expect in the engineering and...

The Red Atlas: How the Soviet Union Secretly Mapped the World, By John Davies and Alexander J. Kent. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, 2017

The Source: How Rivers Made America and America Remade Its Rivers, By Martin Doyle. New York City: W.W. Norton & Company, 2018

Herding Tigers: Be the Leader That Creative People Need, By Todd Henry. New York City: Portfolio, 2018

Three Revolutions: Steering Automated, Shared, and Electric Vehicles to a Better Future, By Daniel Sperling. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2018

Fast Forward: Not So Fast
Part amphitheater, part bridge, this crossing has space for everyone from book readers to automobile drivers....

Timber Trouble?

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