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Aaron Stone 🍁 8m
We walked around with Bob and Jagmeet yesterday talking about priorities. It's a critical time for us. We're facing big challenges & opportunities in our community. We need support for bold action on and so much more. /1
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Apps Associates 41s
We're rockin' the Managed Services right here! Leverage a robust management infrastructure that can let your business operate around the globe. 
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Sanivar UK 10m
For over 40 years, Sanivar has been focused on developing state of the art, high quality manufactured solutions, designed to restore decaying and ageing pipe across the world. Make your next enquiry with
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Kevin Wright 9m
2nd St heading east in Downtown Cincinnati is wider than I-71 heading east. Cincinnati is also having budget issues. 🤔
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NatInfraCommission 1h
Sir John Armitt is about to join on to discuss the need for urgent action to reduce our emissions. Our National Assessment calls for 50% of the UK's to come from by 2030.
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Joint Economic Committee Democrats Apr 12
Replying to @JECDems
9/ The debt incurred from the 2017 Tax Laws would have been enough to repair our nation’s highways and bridges – TWICE.
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LHB, Inc 53s
Are recycled plastic paths and roads in our future?
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Maria Bartiromo 3h
now: "spend the $ on & then figure out how to pay for it. f you talk to people like Fred Smith ⁦⁩ , he’d tell you how much more tires, rubber, cargos, gas is used because the highway’s not in good shape." ⁦⁩ ⁦
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Water Finance Assistance 31m
Morehead, KY: "But one only needs to look around regarding the state of across the Commonwealth, and the United States, to recognize that, when it comes to water, you have to spend money to maintain a critical service like this."
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China Daily 9h
Construction of China's first cross-sea bridge, Pingtan Haixia Rail-Road Bridge, accommodating both vehicles and railway traffic will be completed this year and will open to traffic early next year, said one of its top engineers.
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Builderbox Apr 15
The World's Largest Infrastructure Projects | The B1M
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Helga Zepp-LaRouche Apr 14
It's now time for Trump to get serious on .
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EASYVIRT 4h
[FOCUS SOLUTION ] Did you know that in an average virtualized infrastructure, almost 80% of the VMs are oversized ? Why such high percentage ? What about the VM's in your ? Are they well dimensioned ?
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Noah J. Sabich Apr 15
"As of 2015, there were 772 cities — mostly in the Midwest and Northeast — with outdated sewer systems that funnel waste directly into streams"
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Business Roundtable Apr 10
Inadequate costs American businesses $27B per year in transportation costs. Here’s more on the cost of doing nothing on & why it’s time to take action to modernize and rebuild our highways, waterways and other critical infrastructure.
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David Dunphy 25m
It was great to have drop into the campaign headquarters this morning! Lawrence has been a great supporter of for a very long time.
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Canada Infrastructure Bank 21h
"I tell private investors that Canadian governments are investing in like never before and that there are many opportunities to increase partnerships and investments with the private sector."
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Steve Svetlik Apr 17
So.. if current pros already have concerns about the security of their , wouldn’t seem to be a no-brainer to incorporate into our current curriculum to prepare for an even more dependent economy? Critical: NOT just for ?
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Summit Materials Apr 16
that our roads don't just get us from point a to point b, but that the transportation construction industry that is responsible for building and maintaining those roads supports the equivalent of 3,971,108 full-time jobs in the USA?
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ActionCmteForTransit 2h
It's Thursday! Here's the train station (now a heritage museum) in Laurel, DE. In 1904, the Pennsy Norfolk Express (NY-Norfolk night train) failed to yield to the open draw bridge over Broad Creek (1000 ft to the NW). The train landed on a boat below.
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