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Biden eyes infrastructure but maritime ranks low

Calls for increased spending on infrastructure have come from both the Democrats and Republicans, as well as leaders in business, industry and labour. But landside improvements are likely to take precedence over waterside

The American Society of Civil Engineers said a port’s success is reliant on the ‘infrastructure outside of its gates, which is often congested or in poor condition’ and that just 9% of intermodal connector pavement — the portions of roadway that connect a port to other modes — is in a ‘good or very good’ condition

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