Innovation Fact of the Week: Insufficient Infrastructure Investment Will Cost U.S. Economy $4T & 2.5M Jobs by 2025

John Wu June 24, 2016
June 24, 2016

As U.S. infrastructure deteriorates, U.S. businesses face increasing transportation costs, while households face increasing water and electricity service costs. The American Society of Civil Engineers estimates that by 2025, this investment deficit, if left alone, will cost the U.S. economy $4 trillion and 2.5 million jobs, writes John Wu in Innovation Files.