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We must think beyond the traditional definitions of infrastructure as roads, bridges, and airports and include infrastructure for families like childcare, broadband, and school buildings in our policies. Infrastructure can also play an important role in addressing the climate crisis by upgrading old infrastructure with new environmental standards and helping create millions of jobs in the new green economy of the future. Building the 21st Century infrastructure our communities deserve should involve bold government investments that create good-paying union jobs, tackle the climate crisis, and update our infrastructure systems with cutting-edge technology.

More on Infrastructure

April 10th, 2023
Rep. Grijalva Announces Border Communities Douglas and San Luis as USDOT Thriving Communities Funding Recipients
December 7th, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Statement on POTUS Visit to Arizona
September 21st, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Statement on Interior Department Bipartisan Infrastructure Law Investment in Arizona
August 16th, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Celebrates $12.1 Million Grant for EV Buses in Tucson
August 11th, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Helps Secure $25 Million in Federal Funding for 22nd Street Revitalization Project
July 20th, 2022
Grijalva, Sinema, Kelly, Kirkpatrick Introduce Wastewater Pipeline Legislation Representing Historic Agreement on Nogales’ International Outfall Interceptor
May 16th, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Announces $18 Million in Department of Transportation Funding for Tucson International Airport
May 10th, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Announces $5.6 Million in DOI Investments for Southern Arizona
April 6th, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Announces $176 Million in Federal Transit Funding for Arizona
March 16th, 2022
Rep. Grijalva Pushes for IOI Funding in Water Resource & Development Act Reauthorization