Newsletter: Getting it Together on Infrastructure

(April 4, 2018) Washington is having a hard time getting its act together on infrastructure. The Trump Administration is strongly promoting the streamlining of permitting – a high priority for Common Good – but their funding plan ($200 billion to support $1.5 trillion) is not realistic, since states can’t fill the gap. 

Newsletter: The Road Forward on Infrastructure

(Feb. 15, 2018) The White House’s infrastructure plan launches an essential public discussion of how to modernize America’s decrepit infrastructure in a timely fashion. Core elements of the plan reflect proposals made in our Two Years, Not Ten Years report, including:

  • “One Agency, One Decision” environmental review structure.The proposal should go further and preempt state review for interstate projects.