Canada's Crumbling Infrastructure Reaching Critical Point

Wednesday, October 1, 2008

Harsh critics of the state of U.S. infrastructure -- roads, bridges, tunnels, rail systems, waterways, dams, power grid, relay towers, water facilities -- often use the adjective "crumbling" to describe this infrastructure. More polite critics use the adjective "aging." It is the same in Canada. New study says $200 billion needed to shore up Canada's infrastructure in order to keep private sector competitive.