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If there is one thing on which the US can agree on these days, it is that their infrastructure is a little mess.
President, Donald Trump also focused on the same issue in a recent meet and he called for a $1.5 trillion infrastructure bill to help rebuild US"S crumbling infrastructure. To fund the plan, Trump said all federal appropriations should be leveraged by partnering with state and local government and, where appropriate, tapping into private sector investment.
Noting America "is a nation of builders," he stressed the importance of revamping roads, highways, bridges, airports, and the like.

California High-Speed Rail:

California High Speed Rail and its details

This project is sponsored by the California High-Speed Rail Authority and the Federal Railroad Administration and will have an economic benefit of $130-$260 B. The Project set in California will stretch about 800 miles of rail, with up to  24 stations. Fully completed it will join Los Angeles to San Francisco. This project was brought because the intercity train doesn't have the speed and capacity and is not reliable and the same is with quality.

Texas Freight Shuttle System:

Texas Freight Transport and its details
This project is the US-South railway department, sponsored by the Freight Shuttle International, Texas A&M Transportation Institute, FSS Construction. The project is aimed to have an economic benefit of $9.4 B.
Consideration of this project came because of the less efficient border transport and the road crossing gave it another reason, and thus the new corridor for freight transport.

I-70 East:

I-70 Highway and its details
This is a highway project and is sponsored by the Colorado Department of Transportation and aimed to recapitalize the Interstate Highway System. The project will have net economic benefits of $15.7 B
The project in Denver would remove the deteriorating, 50-year-old viaduct, rebuild i-70 below grade on the existing alignment, and place a nearly four-acre landscaped cover over the highway between Columbine Street and it also would add managed lanes in each direction of the highway fro I-25 Tower Road to improve mobility.

Mississippi River Crossing:

Mississippi Cross Bridge and its details
This highway project is in the southern US region, sponsored by the Tennessee Department of Transportation and Arkansas Department of Transportation. The project aims to have a net benefit of $5 B.
The new bridge will improve cross-river mobility for people and freight in the Memphis, Tennesse area. This includes safeguarding cross-river mobility against earthquakes, crashes, hostile acts, or another catastrophe to maintain local, regional, and national traffic flow and commerce.

Guys really sorry that can't pick up all the states projects all on this page... will try and put up things in another one.


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