May 16, 2014
Will lead to 50,700 jobs per $1 billion invested, with 28,900 jobs per $1 billion attributed to the productivity gains enjoyed by households and businesses.
March 19, 2014
Nearly half of Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation’s 1,042 workers are employed by Kiewit Infrastructure West Co., building the rail’s columns and guideways, and 188 of them are working for Ansaldo Honolulu Joint Venture, designing the railcars and system.
May 30, 2012
Said the short-sightedness of Gov. Walker and the Republican-led legislature is killing job creation in the Milwaukee-Chicago corridor.
April 28, 2011
Data projects that a high-speed rail system serving areas within 350 to 450 miles of Chicago could bring in $2.2 billion annually in user-generated revenues, and 104,000 new jobs.
February 8, 2011
Investment is part of an initiative to use infrastructure spending to jump-start job creation and increase America's competitiveness.
October 11, 2010
The president said that his six-year, $50 billion initiative would not only repair and modernize U.S. roads, rails and air systems, but also create jobs.
March 5, 2009
The initial phase of the contract calls for spending $632 million and is expected to create 25,000 jobs, including a combined $90 million in utility work on the North and Southeast Corridors and $390 million in total costs for the East End Corridor.
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