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ASCE Report Card for America’s Infrastructure

If the United States had to apply for college admission based on this grade, it would have a slim chance of being admitted: With an overall GPA of D+ in the 2013 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, the U.S. needs major infrastructure improvements that will require an estimated investment of $3.6 Trillion by 2020.

The ASCE Report Card assesses the condition and performance of four major infrastructure categories: water and environment, transportation, public facilities, and energy. These categories encompass elements we use every day – such as roadways, bridges, public parks and recreation facilities, energy, public schools, utilities and wastewater systems – all of which we typically expect to work properly, but don’t give much thought to unless they’re broken.

Follow the link below to review the entire report card – you may be surprised by the results. In addition to the individual category scores, information is also provided about why the scorecard was created, economic impacts, national and individual state grades, how you can take action, and more.

http://www.infrastructurereportcard.org/

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