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Start a State or Local Infrastructure Report Card

In order to broaden the dialogue on infrastructure renewal, ASCE encourages Sections and Branches to develop and promote Infrastructure Report Cards for their cities, states or regions. To begin the process, click here to download the notification form.


Save America's Infrastructure Blog

ASCE's Government Relations blog presents the civil engineering perspective on the latest public policy developments in Washington, D.C. and the state capitals. ASCE's GR staff keeps you up to date on all issues affecting the civil engineeringg profession and offers some commentary on ASCE's policy positions. This blog gives ASCE members in-depth information to help them get involved in the policy making process.

Save America's Infrastructure Facebook

ASCE estimates that $2.2 trillion is needed over a five-year period to bring the nation's infrastructure to a good condition. Establishing a long-term development and maintenance plan must become a national priority. Congested highways, overflowing sewers and corroding bridges are constant reminders of the looming crisis that jeopardizes our nation's prosperity and our quality of life. This group is dedicated to repairing and modernizing the nation's crumbling infrastructure.

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ASCE Government Relations

ASCE Government Relations is the advocacy arm for the American Society of Civil Engineers. We work to achieve a favorable policy environment for the betterment of the civil engineering profession and the nation's infrastructure.  ASCE GR is committed to improving our nation's crumbling infrastructure. ASCE members are encouraged to play an active role in that mission, not just ub their jobs, but in the public policy arena.


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State and Local Report Cards

ASCE’s Sections, Branches and Councils have taken the lead in evaluating their own state infrastructure and releasing state and local Infrastructure Report Cards.

State Report Card Covers

How is your state's infrastructure doing?