Road to Nowhere: Failing U.S. Transportation Infrastructure

Council on Foreign Relations

August 24, 2012

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Needed maintenance on the nation's highways and transit systems would require increasing the $48 billion the federal government currently spends annually on capital investments by at least 60%.

 
More information can be found in the Council on Foreign Relations report, Road to Nowhere: Federal Transportation Infrastructure Policy.

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