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Dear America, Please Fix Your Crappy Infrastructure

"It’s not until something terrible happens—like hurricanes or explosions—that basic repair projects to shore up infrastructure become a top priority. That will have to change, for the sake of our economy, the environment, and our lives. A 21st-century city can’t move forward with 19th-century pipes."

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    fastcodesign: Dear America, Please Fix Your Crappy Infrastructure "It’s not until something terrible happens—like...
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    Truth
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    Damn right get on it Congressmen.
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