The first event of the series will look at leading public-sector efforts to put asset management concepts into municipal government practices
It is vital that Congress preserve an important vehicle for harnessing private investment into our nation’s aging infrastructure.
It’s time to face up to the very clear reality that long-term infrastructure spending cannot compete in an operating budget.
Major hurricanes and wildfires show how unprepared we are for natural disasters, which is why Congress must reform our response systems.
Sarah Kline, a fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center focused on infrastructure, said policymakers should be looking at helping rural regions in a more holistic way.
Puerto Rico’s recovery will require long-term technical expertise to build, operate, and manage any new systems.
BPC statement on the importance of public-private partnerships in filling the nation’s infrastructure gap.
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.