All this talk of badly maintained bridges and weak infrastructure in the US may be more noise than reality. Although the American Society of Civil Engineers gave it a D+, could-do-better grade, the World Bank rates the US ninth in its Logistics Performance Index. This short article examines where the US may be going wrong – if, indeed, it is.
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