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Address the failing state of the infrastructure system.

     Beginning with roads, bridges, power grids, and other critical systems. Establish a positive system to advance and assure a secure infrastructure. This would not only assure progression in industry markets, assisting job growth, it will assure positive self-reliance during natural and other disasters.

    While this would absorb a larger percent of the budget to assure proper construction and repairs, the growth in labor services, and other direct support elements would all find increase in profit balancing the value to cost.

Key elements with priority:

-         Roads. Interstate, highways, primary and secondary road all need to not only repaired, but advanced materials with ability to do modular upgrades and repairs. This would extend the life expectancy of the roads themselves, but allows the opportunity to continue with upgrades and extension to life, without having a severe impact of travelers as we see now.

-         Bridges. With majority failing structural requirements we need to focus on both replacing in kind with current avenues, and new resources. This would allow growth in the manufacturing, and research areas, and allow new formats to inspection and repair to happen, assuring future repairs are maintaining or upgrading the structures.

-         Power grids, and energy sources. One of the key concerns related comes not only from singular risk being natural disaster, man-made, or even an unknown event, the actions would destroy much of the power grids we have currently. We have current ability to build modular systems, with a focused energy point allowing an extended solution with ability to upgrade with technologies as they progress.

-         Additional infrastructure. While important, could be addressed with each of these priorities allowing construction to be managed simultaneously reducing cost, and increasing productivity.

Paid for by: Vito For Congress committee

Vito Sagliano is a retired member of the United States Navy. Use of Sagliano's military rank, job titles, and photographs in uniform does not imply endorsement by the Department of the Navy or the Department of Defense.
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