Engineers Give America's Infrastructure D+, Again

Governing: Infrastructure in the United States is in such poor condition that it would only merit a “D+” if it were graded like students, according to the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). The group estimates it would take an additional $2 trillion of spending by 2025 to bring the average up to a “B.”

The low marks, which remain unchanged from 2013 when the group last evaluated the country’s infrastructure, come as President Trump has pledged to spur $1 trillion of investment in infrastructure but has yet to formalize a plan for doing so.

But it's not all bad news: Some types of infrastructure have somewhat improved.

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