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Since 1956, our spending on transport and water infrastructure has fallen from 3% Capital Spending + 2% Costs our of our GDP to 1% Capital to 1.5% Costs. "All this is puzzling. America's economy remains the world's largest; its citizens are among the world's richest. The government is not constitutionally opposed to grand public works. The country stitched its continental expanse together through two centuries of ambitious earthmoving. Almost from the beginning of the republic the federal government encouraged the building of critical canals and roadways. In the 19th century Congress provided funding for a transcontinental railway linking the east and west coasts. And between 1956 and 1992 America constructed the interstate system, among the largest public-works projects in history, which criss-crossed the continent with nearly 50,000 miles of motorways. But modern America is stingier. Total public spending on transport and water infrastructure has fallen steadily since the 1960s and now stands at 2.4% of GDP. Europe, by contrast, invests 5% of GDP in its infrastructure, while China is racing into the future at 9%. America's spending as a share of GDP has not come close to European levels for over 50 years. Over that time funds for both capital investments and operations and maintenance have steadily dropped (see chart 2). Although America still builds roads with enthusiasm, according to the OECD's International Transport Forum, it spends considerably less than Europe on maintaining them. In 2006 America spent more than twice as much per person as Britain on new construction; but Britain spent 23% more per person maintaining its roads. America's dependence on its cars is reinforced by a shortage of alternative forms of transport. Europe's large economies and Japan routinely spend more than America on rail investments, in absolute not just relative terms, despite much smaller populations and land areas. America spends more building airports than Europe but its underdeveloped rail network shunts more short-haul traffic onto planes, leaving many of its airports perpetually overburdened. Plans to upgrade air-traffic-control technology to a modern satellite-guided system have faced repeated delays. The current plan is now threatened by proposed cuts to the budget of the Federal Aviation Administration."
Because they are brainwashed sheep who swallow whatever excuses conservative spin doctors make up to justify why we don't need to increase spending in the federal budget, all so we can keep tax rates on wealthy elitists at historical lows.
It's another conservative fib. Too much of our infrastructure is in disrepair or needs updating. Instead of making this a top priority it just gets put on the back burner and ignored. We used to have the best back in the day, now it's lagging way behind Europe and some Asian countries. It would be great if some of those American billionaires would chip in and invest in our nations infrastructure, but I won't hold my breath.
That is interesting when everywhere I look there is road construction. Of the six freeways in the city I live in four have construction going on. Many of the surface streets also have road construction or repair work going on. They built a nice new bridge across the river that while nice was over kill because it is a double deck bridge meant to carry a high speed train. This is despite the fact that our state declined to have high speed rail service. But you assume that the construction is federally funded where most of the funding comes from the community or the state with the federal funding usually only going to highway projects.
Because 3% of 2.9 billion is less then the 2% of the 15 trillion we now have in GDP any second grader who can add will tell you this
Never have. I worked my whole career in infrastructure products. We are not well funded and mainly because the people don't see most of the expense because it is buried. Then, when asked to pay more for water or sewer .. people will not understand. We have serious problems.
Where did all of the stimulus money go???? 100's of BILLIONS.....GONE. It went to union projects and political payoffs...not to critical infrastructure as promised. Impeach the lying criminal occupying the White House.
As an engineer, I can tell you that I would have second thoughts about driving over most bridges in the US.
Noconservative said that in matter of fact your full of it
Remind me, scooter. Who has been the president for nearly 5 years now while all this was happening.... pennsylvania ya, him. It happens on his watch, he is to blame. IT'S THAT SIMPLE
Conservatives don't really care if infrastructure is well funded or not. There only concern is making someone else pay for it, not them.