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America’s Airports are Falling Behind

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By Kerry O’Hare, Vice President and Director of Policy, Building America’s Future

It’s Still #TimeToBuild

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By Kerry O’Hare, Vice President and Director of Policy, Building America’s Future

Now that Infrastructure Week 2017 is in the rearview window, let’s take a look back on some significant messages, events and coverage that took place May 15-19.  Whether it was in Washington, D.C., Philadelphia, Los Angeles or Salt Lake City, the message of it’s #TimeToBuild resonated.  Here are some top line highlights from the Week:

Its #TimeToBuild

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By Kerry O’Hare, Vice President and Director of Policy, Building America’s Future

Building America’s Future 2016 Year End Review

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By Kerry O’Hare, Vice President and Director of Policy, Building America’s Future

Infrastructure, the Election and Thanksgiving Travel

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By Kerry O'Hare

Supporting Infrastructure on Election Day

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By Kerry O'Hare

Infrastructure and the Presidential Debates

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By Kerry O’Hare

To say that Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump disagree on a multitude of policy issues is an understatement.  But there is one area where they have found common ground - infrastructure.   Throughout the primaries and during the general election campaigns both candidates have talked extensively about the importance of smart infrastructure investment and its impact on America’s economy, competitiveness and quality of life.  

Imagine a Day Without Water

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By Kerry O’Hare

Building America’s Future has been proud to work with the Value of Water Coalition to bring greater awareness about the importance of investing in and modernizing our nation’s water infrastructure.  Water’s importance to our health, economy and way of life cannot be underestimated.  Did you know that:

What should the next administration do about infrastructure?

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Ultimately, the decision to invest in a significant way will require real political leadership from the next Congress and Administration. We hope infrastructure will become a policy priority for the elected leaders who are sworn into office in 2017, and we want to tell those leaders what you think needs to be a priority.

Infrastructure Matters

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By Kerry O’Hare

As we close the books on Infrastructure Week 2016, let’s take a moment to reflect on the enormous success of the Week that was jam packed with events all over the country; huge engagement on social media and scores of news articles and opinion pieces published. The 4th annual Infrastructure Week took place May 16 – May 23.

The numbers speak for themselves: