In a globalized economy, America’s infrastructure is important to our competitive edge. We have “4 million miles of roads, 600,000 bridges (link to bridge page), 26,000 miles of commercially navigable waterways, 11,0000 miles of transit lines, 500 train stations, 300 ports, 19,000 airports, 55,000 community drinking water systems, and 30,000 wastewater plants. . . already built.”2 Instead of losing ground, let’s strengthen what we have and advance our global position.
Instead of the glass being half empty with billions of investment dollars needed in improvements, how can we build on what we have?
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2 - National Journal, The Real Infrastructure Crisis
Roadways using CRCP (reinforced with steel) have been shown to improve fuel efficiency by as much as 20%.