Blogineering: 50 Infra Resources

Posted by Steve Anderson on Monday, November 15th, 2010

Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco, CA

Blogineering, a site that focuses on providing a “sanctum where engineers and those interested…can find advice, hacks, and commentary on many of the important engineering topics of the day” has posted an article entitled: “50 Must-See Report Cards, Studies, and Infographs on America’s Crumbling Infrastructure.” The article offers up a list of resources that discuss everything from aviation to water infrastructure.

Some links from the article:

Overall Infrastructure Reports

Report Card for America’s Infrastructure: You want a full report? This is where you can find it, from aviation to wastewater, provided by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

Urban and Rural Infrastructure

Strengthening the Rural Economy — Strengthening Rural Infrastructure: The White House reports on rural transportation, telecommunications, and energy and water infrastructure.

Transportation Infrastructure

Keeping America’s Bridges Safe and Sound: This is a “Bridging the Gap” report offered by the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO).

Waterways Infrastructures

Water Infrastructure: This EPA report branches out into a variety of waterways/WaterSense and sustainable infrastructure issues.

Solutions, News, Action Groups and Tools

Rebuilding and Renewing America: This infrastructure portion of the America 2050 site offers responses to repairing the nation’s deteriorating infrastructure systems.

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