Get cracking on infrastructure, or continue to pay the price

Our politics may be fractured, but there is one issue nearly all of us agree on: We need better roads, bridges, dams, seaports and airports, water systems, electric grids, and internet connectivity. That is, we need better public infrastructure. In the Philadelphia area, we understand this very well. A car ride between the suburbs and Center City on the Schuylkill Expressway or I-95 is too often a struggle. SEPTA train and bus delays are commonplace. And you have probably lost electricity for hours (even days) more than once due to a thunderstorm or ice storm.


Source: Philly

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