Issue: Infrastructure Needs

Topics include identification of national, regional, state and local infrastructure needs, and means to prioritize the building, repair and maintenance of new and existing infrastructure.
Instruction: Under each of the topics below, please make your contribution of a proposal to deal with the topic/problem, or provide a statement of unintended consequences. Feel free to comment on any contribution submitted by others.
  • Jobs for Youth Through Infrastructure Renewal

    A potential major solution is available to generate employment opportunities for young people. It is to develop jobs across the country via a major investment by government and the private sector in infrastructure renewal and development. This will result in the creation and expansion of small local businesses that will hire people at all levels of education and experience, and which will either provide direct services to the major infrastructure projects, or indirect services to the employees of those projects.

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