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Danica Roem Wants to Turn Local Traffic Into National Headlines

When Danica Roem was elected to Virginia’s House of Delegates, Joe Biden called to offer his congratulations. The former vice president praised Roem, one of eight openly transgender candidates elected last Tuesday. 555 more words

New York Times

Why One Belt, One Road Will Run Through Tehran

As the Trump administration works out the specifics of its strategy to contain Iran, China is looking for ways to bring Iran into the global system. 52 more words

Economy

Reclaiming the Street: A Decade of Recreating America's Streets and the 'Sadik-Khan' Effect

Be inspired by innovations and projects that are transforming cities this November at the 2017 International Urban Design Conference.

Ms Rebecca Finn, Urban Designer Tract will be discussing… 376 more words

Urban Design

Five Years After Sandy: How We’re Making New Jersey Energy Strong

Since Superstorm Sandy left millions of New Jerseyans without power five years ago, PSE&G has completed strategic infrastructure investments that, in the event of another Sandy-like storm, will keep critical equipment out of floodwaters’ way and the lights on for many. 164 more words

Reliability

China’s $62 Billion Bet On Pakistan

Beijing has made the Gwadar port the centerpiece of the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC), a series of Chinese-financed energy and infrastructure projects in Pakistan totaling upward of $62 billion in aid and investments. 65 more words

China

Get under the hood of a PSE&G bucket truck

They are a common sight around the company and across the state.  PSE&G’s fleet of more than 400 bucket trucks travel tens of thousands of miles annually doing routine maintenance work, installing new equipment and completing storm restoration repairs.    485 more words

PSEG

China Is Quietly Reshaping The World

China is quickly growing into the world’s most extensive commercial empire. By way of comparison, after World War II, the Marshall Plan provided the equivalent of $800 billion in reconstruction funds to Europe (if calculated as a percentage of today’s GDP). 28 more words

Economy