As Taken from Russia Today (RT) America and Published on May 24, 2013, quote:
“On May 23rd, sections of the I-5 Bridge that crosses over the Skagit River collapsed, sending two cars plummeting into the frigid waters below. It is just the latest failure of American infrastructure at a time when annual spending on construction is at the lowest rate since 1993. What's more, the American Society for Civil Engineers has given the U.S. a D+ in overall infrastructure. They estimate it will take an investment of $3.6 trillion by 2020 to bring American roads, bridges and waterways up to safety standards. RT Correspondent Meghan Lopez takes a look at the long road ahead.”
Note how countries other than the US seem to have a greater priority toward infrastructure maintenance and development
Don't you think it's about time for America to get serious about infrastructure enhancements. Oh and we can still do things like medical research and space development which
are also part of the infrastructure that
sustains our species, it's time...
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