This article is referring to the issue of infrastructure and how its not just a democratic or republican problem but an American issue. Both parties have to find the capital to correct this issue. The routes to a solution are both very different but they all are headed to the goal. It is just a matter of who will take the office and what party will control the senate. All these decisions will shape America for the years to come.

Key Takeaways:

  • House Republicans opposed Obama administration initiatives to increase spending and expand the federal role in transportation, and doubts have been raised that Trump’s infrastructure spending proposals would be welcomed any more than Clinton’s
  • In fact, increased infrastructure spending when construction employment is nearing its pre-recession peak could lead to labor shortages in construction markets, and increased labor costs and project delays.
  • Increasing our nation’s investment in infrastructure will remain a top NAIOP priority, and an important policy objective for the commercial real estate industry after the election. However, despite its seemingly bipartisan nature

“Increasing our nation’s investment in infrastructure will remain a top NAIOP priority, and an important policy objective for the commercial real estate industry after the election. However, despite its seemingly bipartisan nature”

http://blog.naiop.org/2016/10/after-the-election-will-infrastructure-be-a-bipartisan-priority/

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