Report: U.S. infrastructure is "at risk, major investment is needed"

06/20/2012 | Rebuilding America's Infrastructure magazine

An estimated $20 billion of taxpayer investment annually, or 1.0% of federal income tax revenue, should be allocated to address infrastructure woes in the U.S., according to a report by Alvarez & Marsal. "Allocating revenues to infrastructural investment and leveraging the proceeds through a (f)ederal guarantee program would help make the most of scarce financial resources while also creating jobs to spur economic growth," the report noted.

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