In less than two minutes, this video from the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) explains why investing in infrastructure is cheaper than ignoring it: This is not just a financial argument; this is ...
September 22, 2016John Flores
This time next year we will have a new president in the White House who will make important decisions about the country’s transportation infrastructure. This includes New Jersey. It’s important to note that one of the few places where New Jersey gets money back from Washington is for transportation infrastructure. ...
February 1, 2016John Flores
...the bill provides a much needed lifeline to the construction industry, which for years has operated under stop and go federal funding while highways and bridges fell further into disrepair. Heather Caygle, Politico For the first time in a decade, the House has passed multiyear highway and transit bill, ...
November 16, 2015John Flores
"But if the government cuts spending on infrastructure repairs by $10 billion then it looks like it's saved $10 billion, but really it's just pushed $10 billion worth of infrastructure repairs into the future — and because the bridges may crumble and the water pipes might break, deferring that $10 ...
August 18, 2015John Flores
"America's highway system may be a crucial lifeline for interstate commerce as well as an engineering marvel, but we haven't shown much commitment to keeping it in working shape. Legislators kicked the can down the road for another three months, temporarily renewing authorization for the Highway Trust Fund just ahead of ...
August 12, 2015John Flores