U.S. Mayors are Ready for Infrastructure Projects

The nation’s mayors renewed their call for a MainStreet Recovery plan during the first 100 days of the new Administration.  

The U.S. Conference of Mayors released its second report that lists local, ‘ready-to-go’, infrastructure projects – projects that could be started and completed in cities in just two calendar years — if emergency federal funding were made available.

Information on these projects is from hundreds of cities in all regions of the country and includes projects in ten different sectors including Community Development Block Grants, transit, highway infrastructure, green jobs, school modernization, public safety and public housing (see details at www.usmayors.org).

427 cities reported a total of 11,391 infrastructure projects costing a total of $73 billion that would create 847,641 jobs.


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