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Talking Infrastructure on WNYC’s Brian Lehrer Show

Posted by Steve Anderson on Monday, October 1st, 2012

Steve Anderson, InfrastructureUSA.org Managing Director, and Gregory DiLoreto, P.E., F.ASCE, President-Elect of the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE), were guests on The Brian Lehrer Show‘s election-year series, “30 Issues in 30 Days.”

 

Host Brian Lehrer asks about NJ Governor Christie’s actions & Steve Anderson responds about the vital importance of moving forward to address the infrastructure crisis.

Brian Lehrer speaks with Gregory DiLoreto, ASCE President-Elect, after hearing a clip of GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney discussing the stimulus bill’s plans to support shovel ready infrastructure projects, followed by a comment from President Obama.

After playing a clip of GOP Presidential Candidate Mitt Romney explaining his thoughts on dedicated revenue streams, Brian Lehrer asks Steve Anderson’s reaction.

In response to a visitor from China who called the program, Brian speaks with Steve Anderson about the need for first rate US infrastructure in order to stay globally competitive.

Listen to full episode (WNYC.org): The Brian Lerher Show: 30 Issues: Borrowing for Infrastructure

 

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