Listen to the 6-minute podcast In 1950, before the United States’ Interstate Highway System was built, the U.S. Census Bureau reported America’s population was 151.3 million. In 2020, that number is projected to be 341.4 million — an increase of more than 125 percent. But you know what hasn’t kept
That improvements to passenger rail, public transit, bridges, rural roads and interstates are needed is not up for debate. In 2017, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) informed all of America that our infrastructure was graded at a D+. This included multiple systems, but largely surface transportation.