Rebuild Texas Infrastructure

Infrastructure is figuratively and literally the foundation upon which our society is built. Without it, our cities and towns can't function. We need to lower congestion on our roads, provide clean drinking water to all our citizens and protect our communities from floods that wipe out homes and businesses. An advanced infrastructure is a public good and is one of the fastest and most efficient ways to create good paying jobs that every Texan would be proud to have. When infrastructure investment goes up, household incomes and GDP grow with it. It makes economic sense.


In 2012, the ASCE (American Society of Civil Engineers) rated our Texas infrastructure with an overall letter grade of C. The newest report card just came out for 2017 and the Texas grade will be revealed soon.

Currently, the United States is being outspent by countries all over the world. Texas can be the envy of the globe if we choose to make the investment to fix our deficient dams, bridges, congested roadways, rail roads, overflowed airports, failing electric grid, underfunded parks, and drinking water system. Rebuilding our infrastructure will create good paying Texas jobs that can’t be shipped outside of the state. Infrastructure is a public good that benefits everyone, from those commuting every day for work to the businesses that transport goods all over the state and country. Emerging businesses choose where to locate their offices largely on the local resources and infrastructure. When Texas competes with places like Silicon Valley to attract developing industries, we create new good paying jobs. An upgraded infrastructure will save lives, money, and time for everyone.

We must look forward and recognize the needs not only of tomorrow, but five, twenty, and fifty years from now.

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