The past summer’s hurricanes, causing hundreds of billions in damages, turned the knife in the wound for America’s beleaguered infrastructure. “The list of problems is long—and growing. A third of roads are in poor or mediocre condition,” U.S. Trust wrote in a client note. “ Every two minutes, a water main breaks somewhere, flooding streets and leaving taps dry. Portions of the power grid were built as far back as the 1880s, leaving it vulnerable to outages and cyber attacks.