Much of the US' infrastructure was built over the past century and cannot adequately handle the huge volumes of traffic today, but Casey Dinges, senior managing director at the American Society of Civil Engineers, said drivers "should feel slightly better and hopeful" after the midterm elections. "It's hard to recall a better set-up to try to deal with this nationally than we have now," he says.
ASCE: Government has good "set up" to deal with transportation
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