America's infrastructure in crisis

Thursday, May 22, 2008

A new state legislative report finds that money concerns may have led to bad maintenance decisions for the Minneapolis bridge that collapsed last August, killing 13 people. To some, this wasn't seen as an isolated incident — it was considered just the latest event in a slew of infrastructure failures. Is the nation entering an infrastructure crisis?
  • Jerry Beilinson, Popular Mechanics
  • Robert Puentes, Brookings Institution


Chelsea Merz

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