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March 19, 2013

Report: American infrastructure gets D-plus grade

Six sectors — solid waste, drinking water, wastewater, roads, bridges and rail — each experienced incremental improvements since the last assessment. America’s rail sector saw the largest improvement, moving from a C-minus to a C-plus.


September 28, 2012

Chicago RTA releases Regional Report Card

The recently-released performance measures reports analyzed how the Chicago Transit Authority, Metra and Pace fared in the areas of service coverage, service efficiency and effectiveness, service delivery, service maintenance and capital investment, and service level solvency.


January 30, 2009

ASCE: Nation's infrastructure receives a "D" grade

U.S. surface transportation systems have declined over the past four years, with transit dropping from D+ to D, and roads dropping from a D to a nearly failing D-.


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