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America's Poor Roads Have Nothing to Do With Millennial Driving Habits

Despite what Standard & Poor's might suggest.
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Standard & Poor's, that enabler of the subprime mortgage crisis, has now offered its standard poor assessment of the U.S. infrastructure crisis. In a new report, S&P submits that declining driving trends among Millennials are having a “profound effect” on America’s crumbling roads and bridges. Since snake people aren’t driving, according to this argument, they also aren’t contributing gas taxes to the Highway Trust Fund that pays for infrastructure maintenance.

Via the report: