America’s New Approach to Infrastructure … Moving from Reactive to Proactive
The story of America’s faltering infrastructure (deteriorating roads and bridges and strained waterways and ports) is playing out in ways that consumers, manufacturers and suppliers are feeling.
ATM Podcast: IIJA Equals Big Infrastructure Boost for Missouri
Missouri has an aging highway network, overburdened bridges, strained ports and waterways, climate impacts, and supply chain and transit challenges. But federal infrastructure investment is helping the “Show Me State” embrace a strong future.
While Americans Wait for Federal Action on Infrastructure, Communities Are Speaking Out About Transportation Setbacks
WATCH our video -- Gallup senior scientist Frank Newport, Ph.D., wrote that “every bit of polling evidence I have reviewed shows that Americans are extremely supportive of new government infrastructure legislation.”
Reimagining Infrastructure & New Public Transportation in Kansas City Reveal the Importance of Federal Funding
One of the fastest growing cities in the Midwest is Kansas City, Mo., and infrastructure investment is one of its bread-and-butter issues. “If federal funding and federal collaborations with cities and municipalities diminish, America will fall behind,” says Kansas City Councilman Jermaine Reed.