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In remarks at the White House, President Trump cited “the critical need to rebuild America’s crumbling infrastructure,” and said his proposal would “spur the biggest and boldest infrastructure investment in American history.”
The long-awaited 55-page plan asks that Congress authorize $200 billion over 10 years to stimulate $1.5 trillion in improvements paid for by states, localities and private investors.
“My Administration’s plan addresses more than traditional infrastructure—like roads, bridges and airports—but addresses other needs like drinking and wastewater systems, waterways, water resources, energy, rural infrastructure, public lands, veterans’ hospitals, and Brownfield and Superfund sites,” the president said. “The reforms set forth in my plan will strengthen the economy, make our country more competitive, reduce the costs of goods and services for American families, and enable Americans to build their lives on top of the best infrastructure in the world.”
President Trump is scheduled to visit the Orlando, Florida, area on Friday to begin selling the plan to the public.
For Congress as they take on the infrastructure plan in committee hearings and floor debates.
For states and localities as they would need to look to means of financing their portion of infrastructure projects.
About the need for improvements to a good part of America’s infrastructure in its wide sense.