Above the Fold Infrastructure

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
Farmer examining harvest

Reliable, predictable, and stable supply chains are essential to U.S. global competitiveness.

Erik Pederson
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When members of Congress go home, it's no vacation.
Michael Marinaccio
Tom Donohue at the #LetsGrow Atlanta event with Georgia Chamber President and CEO Chris Clark, Atlanta Mayor Kasim Reed, and Georgia Governor Nathan Deal

2017 is off to a busy start for the U.S. Chamber.

Carrie Brooks
Highway Texas

America’s infrastructure is the safest investment our nation can make. But investing means more than tossing money at the problem.

Ed Mortimer
Lindsey Klaassen
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The latest findings are a striking confirmation of what we already know: America’s infrastructure is in desperate need of repair.

Ed Mortimer