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Infrastructure Week 2019

May 13 - May 20

Infrastructure Week 2019

Building our future, building our infrastructure.

Infrastructure Week is back and bigger than ever in 2019! Join us May 13-20 in Washington, DC and around America.

America’s business and workers, students and educators, families and communities all depend on infrastructure. Our great mobility, access to clean water, affordable energy, air and rail networks, and more have been the pride and heart of America for centuries. But our transportation, water, broadband and energy systems are suffering from age, over-use, and under-maintenance. And every day we put off critical investments, the cost of rebuilding, fixing, and expanding our infrastructure grows higher. Everyday Americans are paying the price. But everyday Americans are also leading the fight to invest, modernize, and rebuild.

That’s why Infrastructure Week. Led by organizations representing American business, labor, and elected government at all levels, we’re leading the charge to educate voters and policymakers. We’re celebrating success, innovation, and leadership. And we’re challenging decision-makers in Washington and around the country that it’s #TimeToBuild.

Join the conversation in May 2019: Brag about your community’s successful project or tell the story of your critical needs. Convene forums to make infrastructure plans for the future, host a briefing in Washington, plan a state capitol advocacy day or join one of several on Capitol Hill in Washington, DC. Take to social media, radio, tv, and newsprint. Your voice matters, whether you build, maintain, or simply use infrastructure. We want to hear from you.

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May 13
May 20

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