States, Cities Mount U.S. Election-Year Push for InfrastructureBy
Funding expected to lag needs by $1.4 trillion over a decade
Lower yields haven’t spurred a boom in borrowing for projects
The nation’s mayors and governors are hoping the next president will do what even record-low interest rates haven’t: jumpstart investment in America’s roads, water works and mass-transit systems.
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