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US roads and bridges are getting smarter

from Government Technology

America's infrastructure is at a crisis point, as illustrated by the Interstate 35W bridge collapse in Minneapolis on Aug. 1, 2007. Transportation experts across the public and private sectors agree that the U.S. infrastructure is in peril, a sentiment that's supported with startling statistics from a 2011 study called Failure to Act, by the American Society of Civil Engineers. The report assigns real economic impacts to a status quo path for American transportation. It further asserts that America's deficient roads, bridges and transit systems bring tangible economic consequences to U.S. businesses, with ramifications acutely felt in every household as well. more

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