Infrastructure Week May 15-19 will bring together businesses, elected officials and members of the public at the local, state and federal level to participate in a series of media events, projects, talks, initiatives and activities to shine the light on the nation’s need for an across-the-board infrastructure fix.
Infrastructure Week is actually an organization led by a bipartisan team comprising business groups, chambers of commerce, labor unions and think tanks working to improve America’s sagging infrastructure, according to a news release from the group.
The events are hoped to get the attention of government policy-makers at all levels to convince them of the broad-based support for fixing the nation’s roads, bridges, rail infrastructure, airports, ports, and water and sewer systems.
The theme is It’s #TimeToBuild.
Interested persons or groups are encouraged to plan an event and/or reach out to elected officials and the media and express their support.