America gets a D+ in infrastructure

http://bismarcktribune.com/opinion/columnists/america-gets-a-d-in-infrastructure/article_4bfccdfc-1b5f-5cb0-8063-79ef036c0039.html The American Society of Civil Engineers routinely produces a report card on the state of America’s infrastructure. In the most recent version they gave America a D+. They were being kind. An obvious indicator of our nation’s demise is our nation’s infrastructure, which President Donald Trump has routinely talked about fixing. As yet, there [...]

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Blockchain And The $3.6 Trillion Infrastructure Crisis

https://www.nasdaq.com/article/blockchain-and-the-36-trillion-infrastructure-crisis-cm889525 There is a crisis unfolding in the United States. Infrastructure has become dated, decayed, and vulnerable to attack. A problem which the American Society of Civil Engineers estimates says will cost the country up to $3.6 trillion to address. So where does technology fit in to the United States’ next great undertaking? The Internet of Things [...]

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Eno Transportation Weekly: America’s Infrastructure Crisis Isn’t Overstated

https://www.enotrans.org/article/americas-infrastructure-crisis-isnt-overstated/

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Infrastructure crisis: IATA chief warns of looming troubles threatening aviation’s future

International Airport Review https://www.internationalairportreview.com/news/64858/infrastructure-crisis/ Infrastructure crisis: IATA chief warns of looming troubles threatening aviation’s future With passenger numbers set to reach 7.8 billion in the next 18 years, the International Air Transport Association has expressed its concerns that the pace of infrastructure development may soon create a capacity crisis. STRUGGLING FOR SPACE: Air travel is [...]

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The mounting infrastructure crisis Washington isn’t fixing fast enough

http://money.cnn.com/2018/03/29/news/economy/infrastructure-plan-funding/index.html Sean Strawbridge runs the Port of Corpus Christi in Texas, but he's been spending a lot of time in Washington lately. In meetings with White House officials and anyone else who'll listen, he brings a stack of glossy brochures laying out what he's after: $225 million from the federal government to widen and deepen [...]

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Mississippi Gov. Bryant Orders More Than 100 Bridges Closed

By Cameron McWhirter Updated April 12, 2018 5:32 p.m. ET  https://www.wsj.com/articles/mississippi-gov-bryant-orders-more-than-100-bridges-closed-1523541600 The state of Mississippi’s bridges are in such bad shape that the governor has ordered at least 102 closed this week. Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant, a Republican, issued an emergency declaration, authorizing the Mississippi Department of Transportation workers to shut down the bridges, with [...]

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Trump’s Infrastructure Plan

Trump’s Infrastructure Plan: Modest Federal Incentives, Facing Long Odds

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AGING NYCHA BOILERS CAN’T COPE AS TENANTS ARE LEFT SHIVERING

AGING NYCHA BOILERS CAN’T COPE AS TENANTS ARE LEFT SHIVERING

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Frigid Baltimore City Schools

Frigid Baltimore City Schools: The Racism We Haven't Confronted

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As The Energy Transformation Accelerates, Cities Hold The Key To A Sustainable, Low Carbon Economy

As The Energy Transformation Accelerates, Cities Hold The Key To A Sustainable, Low Carbon Economy

By | January 6th, 2018|Infrastructure News|0 Comments

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