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Infrastructure

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

October 26th, 2010
Grijalva Congratulates Tucson on $5 Million Award For Clean Buses – Follows Separate Award for New Buses
October 12th, 2010
Grijalva Congratulates Maria Elena Giner On Appointment to General Manager of Border Environmental Cooperation Commission
October 12th, 2010
Grijalva Highlights Border-Area Sewage Break as Reminder of Need for Infrastructure Investments, Calls on All Parties to Act Quickly
October 4th, 2010
Grijalva Congratulates City of Tucson on $5 Million Dept. of Transportation Grant to Replace 15 Sun Tran Buses With Modern Vehicles