Infrastructure

Trump later called the Brent Spence Bridge “dangerous” and told area residents “we’re going to get it fixed.” He has not.
Tickets originating in France will carry a new fee between $1.70 and $20, which will help fund eco-friendly infrastructure like train networks.
The speaker's remarks came a day after the president walked out of infrastructure talks with top Democrats and railed against their investigations.
"We cannot abandon our democracy for the sake of appeasing somebody who is completely focused on his interests only," said the Democratic 2020 candidate.
The president has demanded that Democrats approve his trade deal with Canada and Mexico before passing any bipartisan infrastructure bill.
It's a test of Gov. Gretchen Whitmer's leadership -- and whether her party can convince voters better public services are worth higher taxes.
Trump’s offer to back a local project on condition of his reelection comes close to behavior prohibited by a federal corruption statute, experts say.
“You want stuff? You gotta pay for it," said John Thune, the No. 2 GOP senator.
“Building bridges is not just a metaphor ― this is what I’ve done and what I will continue to do as President," the presidential candidate said in a statement.
They're hoping to vote on a bill to fix the nation's crumbling roads and bridges this year.
It's one of a handful of places around the world using cash to try to lure people out of their cars and onto their bicycles.
Instead of investing in roads, bridges and trains, the Trump administration has pumped money into the Pentagon.
Domino’s Pizza ($DPZ) is filling in potholes in towns across the U.S. with a new ’”Paving for Pizza” initiative. The American
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But history may have already handed us the right one.
It was a fun idea, "but not 24 hours a day," said a man who lives near the road.
It’s an admission rooted in political reality and the congressional calendar.
The move marks the first time the United States has publicly accused Moscow of hacking into American energy infrastructure.
Talk of fixing roads and bridges was upstaged by domestic abuse, a porn star, mass murder -- and presidential bumbling.