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Posts Tagged ‘Transportation Infrastructure’

Not Everything Is Broken: The Future of U.S. Transportation and Water Infrastructure Funding and Finance

Friday, December 8th, 2017
Figure S.1: Total Federal, State and local spending on infrastructure, 1956-2014

Infrastructure has become a popular topic, fueled by a widely held perception among the general public and many elected officials that the nation’s infrastructure is crumbling as a consequence of age and underinvestment. In fact, not all transportation and water infrastructure in the United States is falling apart—far from it. While highway, bridge, and water system maintenance backlogs exist in many places, the data do not support a picture of precipitous decline in total national spending or in the condition of the assets. Rather, the U.S. infrastructure story is far more nuanced and challenging.

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NTSB Most Wanted List

Thursday, November 22nd, 2012

NATIONAL TRANSPORTATION SAFETY BOARD Preserve the Integrity of Transportation Infrastructure What is the Issue?The transportation system is the backbone of America’s economy. Every day, people, goods, and services move across the country through our skies, and on our highways, pipelines, railways, and waterways. The system includes more than 3,300 airports, more than 3.9 million miles […]

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