Elected Leaders Should Take 45 Hours and Address Nation’s Infrastructure Needs

When it comes to statistics that can cripple an economy, there’s nothing stronger than this one from a leading transportation institute: the poor quality of the roads in the Boston-New Hampshire-Rhode Island region in 2010 cost drivers 45 hours of wasted time and nearly $1,000 in unnecessary upkeep on their vehicles. What that translates to for our economy is lost revenue and lost jobs. Economic strength is determined by our ability...

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