The recent federal bill earmarked around $200 billion in funds for infrastructure spending but this may not be enough to fix the crumbling bridges and roadways around the US. The plan makes it explicit that private and state funding may be necessary to make these fixes, but cash strapped states may have problems coming up with those matching funds, leaving only private investment, something that most states are lax to do on a public works project.

CRE Experts Question Whether $200 Billion in Federal Fund Will be Enough to Fix Infrastructure

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