America's Aging Infrastructure

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photoThe Minneapolis bridge disaster has opened up big questions about aging infrastructure. We'll look at America's rusty skeleton, and what it will really take to fix it.


Rudolph Penner, former director of the Congressional Budget Office and Arjay and Frances Miller Chair in Public Policy at the Urban Institute

Larry Roth, deputy executive director of the American Society of Civil Engineers

William Buechner, vice president for economics and research, The American Road & Transportation Builders Association

Robert Poole, transportation expert at Reason Foundation and advisor to the Federal Highway Administration.

This program aired on August 8, 2007. The audio for this program is not available.