Take action for better infrastructure
Our infrastructure is in desperate need of modernization, and faces a high risk of failure over the next few years. From better highways to hospitals, airways to railways, green energy to internet connectivity, the need for better infrastructure is wide-ranging and immediate. This investment will impact all of us, and spur the creation of well-paying jobs along the industrial metals supply chain.
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The Need for Improved Infrastructure
The Cost of Status Quo
A Sign of Things to Come?
In 2007 Minnesota’s third busiest bridge, which carried 140,000 vehicles a day, collapsed and killed 13 people, injuring 145. Experts estimate 465 U.S. bridges are at risk for a similar collapse.