Today, The Denver Post covered the issues at stake in the presidential election as viewed by the Associated Press. Infrastructure was a key issue. Here’s an excerpt from the article:
Much of America’s infrastructure—the interstate highway system, mass transit networks and more—is well-over half a century old and in need of serious repair and modernization. System breakdowns and bottlenecks are slowing commerce, at a cost to the economy and America’s global competitiveness. The World Economic Forum put the U.S. 24th last year in the quality of its infrastructure, down from fifth in 2002.