New Report Grades National, Local Infrastructure
America’s infrastructure is still crumbling, but it's just crumbling a little less than it was.
The American Society of Civil Engineers released its report card, giving the U.S. a “D +”.
That’s better than the “D” it got back in 2009.
So what are some of Minnesota’s weak points?
The group says 52-percent of the state's roads are "poor" or "mediocre" in quality. That is costing the average driver $250 a year, according to the report.
47 dams in the state are also considered hazardous. More than 400 of the state's bridges are also believed to be functionally obsolete.
Click here to find out more about Minnesota’s report.