U.S. infrastructure needs to be "smart" for continued economic competitiveness

07/22/2013 | Reuters

Solutions such as interconnected public transportation systems, microgrids and energy-efficient technologies should be used to improve the U.S. infrastructure and make the country more competitive, writes Daryl Dulaney. "We need to start installing and using that new technology now to help the greater United States in its own "infrastructure evolution" -- one that will drive continued economic competitiveness," Dulaney notes.

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