Above the Fold Infrastructure | U.S. Chamber of Commerce

Above the Fold Infrastructure

Our nation’s roads, bridges and highways are crumbling. Here - with a little help from emojis - is how to fix them.

U.S. Chamber Staff
President Donald Trump walks towards Marine One on the South Lawn of the White House.
Improved highways, airports, and waterways, will mean a stronger economy.
Sean Hackbarth
An SUV tows a boat on the freeway in Los Angeles, California.
39 million people are expected to travel, either by road or by air.
Sean Hackbarth
Employee Amy Merritt prepares a flower arrangement at Flowers By Julia in Princeton, Illinois.
If there's progress on taxes, infrastructure, regulatory reform, and other issues, businesses will invest and grow.
Sean Hackbarth
May 18, 2017 - Washington, DC, USA: U.S. Invest In America Summit, featuring Vice President Mike Pence, Treasury Sec. Steve Mnuchin. With Tom Donohue, and Myron Brilliant.    Photo by Joshua Roberts / © U.S. Chamber of Commerce
VP Pence and more.
Carrie Brooks
Infrastructure Week 2017 kickoff event at the U.S. Chamber, featuring Transportation Secretary Elaine Chao.
The U.S. Chamber was the starting line for a week-long, advocacy effort to rebuild our crumbling infrastructure.
Sean Hackbarth
Building a bridge

Americans from coast to coast and from the left and right agree that America’s infrastructure is failing.

Ed Mortimer
Infrastructure Week 2017

The most basic functions of business require efficient infrastructure. It’s the physical platform of our economy, yet America’s is in decay.

Thomas J. Donohue