BPC’s Water Task Force offers policy options to ensure that disadvantaged communities have equitable access to critical water services.
Any city, no matter how well-prepared, would have been overwhelmed by Hurricane Harvey, but it was Houston’s old and aging infrastructure that left it uniquely exposed.
Among the most important challenges facing our nation today is the need to invest in infrastructure. Today, we are living at risk: driving on eroding roads and bridges, questioning whether our water is safe to drink, and falling behind economically. With these problems growing worse, it’s time for the Great American Rebuild.
To address the needs of our growing freight transportation network, Trump administration’s infrastructure plan must include our inland waterway system.
There are several key barriers that must be addressed before public-private partnerships can be widely used to improve America’s infrastructure.
BPC Board Member Henry Cisneros writes a letter to the Editor in The New York Times, explaining the importance of public-private partnerships.