Fixing Infrastructure Bailed Us Out Before—It Will Again
Public works investments have gotten the U.S. out of some sticky financial situations, including the Great Depression. Not only did fixing infrastructure then help us at the time being, it benefited in the long run, providing a system that helped us thrive for years beyond, according to an article at OilPrice.com.
With 2020 reaching the halfway point soon and the COVID-19 pandemic already a few months in, damaged roads, airports, electrical grids, and water distribution systems are beginning to take a toll. The time has never been right to address the nation’s aging infrastructure.