U.S. infrastructure gets 'C-,' says engineering group, up from Trump's 'D+'

It’s the first time in two decades the U.S. has received a “C” range grade. The United States faces a $2.59 trillion shortfall in infrastructure needs that requires a massive jump in government spending to address crumbling roads, bridges and other programs, according to an assessment by an …

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