National leaders have the opportunity to strengthen our investment in America’s infrastructure system, boosting our economy and sharpening our competitive edge along the way. They’ve already taken a step in the right direction by temporarily replenishing one of the most crucial sources of federal funding, the Highway Trust Fund. But
Overall spending on America’s public infrastructure is stuck in neutral and going nowhere fast, according to a new study.
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Blog by Janet Kavinoky, Originally posted on U.S. Chamber of Commerce website on May 11, 2015 During Infrastructure Week, high-profile speakers did not pulling any punches. They just stated the facts at Monday’s kickoff event in D.C. U.S. Vice President Joe Biden noted the United States is “28th in the world.
Less than two weeks before the current law authorizing funding for America’s transportation infrastructure expires, ATM members and other national organizations have released a report that evaluates the current deteriorating conditions, safety and use of America’s rural roads and bridges. The “Rural Connections: Challenges and Opportunities in America’s Heartland” report, released by