Infrastructure

In October 2018, Category 5 Hurricane Michael ripped through a small beach town in Florida…but there was one home that was left relatively unscathed in the aftermath and it’s making an impression on homeowners and builders. Diana Olick reports from this fortified home.

Infrastructure spending on U.S. ports are at an all-time high. Our Aditi Roy is at the Oakland Port in California and reports on how the upgrade of their infrastructure is needed there.

In today’s infrastructure report, the Big Easy is in the midst of a big airport renovation with their terminals. Our Phil Lebeau is at that airport and gives us a sneak peak.

What will it take for America to upgrade its levees & dams? Our Contessa Brewer reports from a New Jersey on the state of our water infrastructure.

Our Frank Holland heads to Columbus, Ohio and reports on the pressing need there for a more modern system with their roads to help eliminate automobile accidents.

There are new apartments created with the focus on energy efficiency using the latest technology. Diana Olick has more from Southern California.

China’s president made an appearance at a global infrastructure event at Beijing and sent a strong message to the United States. Eunice Yoon is at the event with more.

The Trump administration wants to reduce the time it takes to get a permit for infrastructure projects.

Morgan Brennan gives us a look at the nation’s first privately funded passenger train.

States are building digital infrastructure with the aim of improving your commute.

Mary Thompson tells us why the state with the highest percentage of bad bridges is looking to the private sector for help.

In a scene that will be repeated hundreds of times over the next three years, a small bridge in Pennsylvania is being replaced.

Critical to building better roads, is making better asphalt. It covers 97 percent of the roads in the United States, roads that by any account are in rough shape.

Eamon Javers has the latest details on the deadly Amtrak train crash outside out Philadelphia.

Thousands of bridges are in need of repair, but where’s the money to fix them? Hampton Pearson takes a look.