Overall the United States received a D+ for quality and upkeep of infrastructure. Congestion, aging equipment, and large improvement costs are frequently mentioned problems facing our country’s upkeep.
Only 4 of the 16 categories received grades higher than a D.
American roads, which received a grade of D, “are often crowded, frequently in poor condition, chronically underfunded, and are becoming more dangerous,” according to the report. “One out of every five miles of highway pavement is in poor condition and our roads have a significant and increasing backlog of rehabilitation needs.”
“The areas of infrastructure that improved benefited from vocal leadership, thoughtful policymaking, and investments that garnered results,” says the ASCE per their website. “These improvements demonstrate what can be accomplished when solutions that move projects forward are approved and implemented.”
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