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THE DIG
The Imperial Valley water reservoir

California began construction on a $250 million reservoir to store water from the Colorado River that, until now, has been flowing down into Mexico.

Oct 22nd, 2008

THE DIG
‘Slow Train Coming': Rail safety bill

President Bush signed into law the rail safety and Amtrak bill.

Oct 21st, 2008

THE DIG
Presidential candidates on infrastructure

As a solution to the economic crisis, the presidential candidates look to the American infrastructure.

Oct 20th, 2008

THE DIG
A reNewed Deal?

Even before the bailout, a non-partisan initiative, Building America’s Future, had already called for a similar government expansion, but in funding infrastructure projects.

Oct 16th, 2008

THE DIG
Hard Times

Already, the financial crisis has affected infrastructure projects throughout America.

Oct 16th, 2008

BLUEPRINT AMERICA
America in Gridlock: [VIDEO] Ed Rendell: The Infrastructure Governor

Gov. Ed Rendell (D., PA) is an advocate for reforming infrastructure policy and practice in both his state and throughout the rest of America. In Pennsylvania, Gov. Rendell has proposed varying measures to improve the state’s infrastructure, which rates particularly poor in road and bridge quality, from tolling to privatizing public roads.

Oct 14th, 2008

BLUEPRINT AMERICA
America in Gridlock: [VIDEO] The Big Builder

Fred Salvucci, commonly referred to as "The father of the Big Dig," about his thoughts on the largest, most expensive U.S. infrastructure project to date.

Oct 14th, 2008
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