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Common Good, a nonpartisan reform coalition, released an
update of its 2015 report, “Two Years, Not Ten Years,” which
focuses on rebuilding America’s crumbling infrastructure. The
report advocates for a significant reduction of red tape with the
goal of infrastructure approvals taking no more than two years.
As the report states in its executive summary, “America could
modernize its infrastructure, at half the cost, while dramatically
enhancing environmental benefits, with a two-year approval
process.” The report goes on to indicate that this goal can
become a reality by consolidating decisions within a simplified
framework with deadlines and clear lines of accountability.
This recent update reveals that the cost of delay in rebuilding
America’s infrastructure has actually increased these past five
years from $3.7 trillion to nearly $3.9 trillion. That $200 billion
increase includes direct costs associated with construction
delays, as well as economic and environmental costs. The 2017
Infrastructure Report Card, which is created by the American
Society of Civil Engineers, indicated just how much had changed
since their previous report in 2012.
“The federal government continues to delay irresponsibly the
rebuilding of America’s crumbling infrastructure,” said Philip K.
Howard, Chair of nonpartisan Common Good. “The cost of that
delay now approaches $4 trillion – a stunning amount of waste,
even by Washington standards.”
Updates to Cost of U.S. Infrastructure Delays