Q. About five years ago, the state did a survey that concluded nearly $50 billion was needed to repair local roads and bridges.
They could stop repairing roads and schools, but that wouldn't be much better.
We'll put more Americans to work repairing crumbling roads and bridges.
That could have a drastic impact under the capital budget, on the city's ability to repair schools, bridges and roads.
These workers might repair roads and renovate public buildings, for instance.
With the city 10 years behind in its plans to repair roads and bridges, potholes are more common.
So far, it has emerged that the cost of repairing damaged roads will alone hit the £1m mark.
Additional Federal money is available to repair roads and bridges.
It could also be used to repair airports, roads and hotels.
And a proposal to repair old roads and build new ones.