Launch Slideshow

Infrastructure by the Numbers

Infrastructure by the Numbers

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On Labor Day, President Obama called for a $50 billion, six-year investment in roads, rail, and runways, and for the establishment of a national infrastructure bank that would combine federal and state dollars and private investments. Obama says that the cost to taxpayers would be offset by the elimination of subsidies to the oil and gas industries.