Delaying the Rebuilding of Our Infrastructure Impacts American Progress
Investing in America’s aging transportation infrastructure is a perennial concern. The public, labor sector, and business community are all affected by traffic congestion, safety concerns, regional problems, and worn roads and bridges.
Gas-Tax Increase Fuels Better Transportation in South Carolina
The Palmetto State has a reputation of being economically strong based on housing demands, consumer spending, jobs and industrial growth, coastlines and picturesque areas such as Charleston. So one might expect that the underpinning of that economy – its transportation system – would be something to emulate.