Two of the elements on Donald Trump's agenda are to improve the economy and promote job growth and his plan to improve America's infrastructure is designed to be a stepping stone to reach those goals. Trump's plan so far is represented in just a six page fact sheet and outlines federal spending of $200 billion over the next decade to address a vast array of projects, from roads and bridges to broadband and airports.
- Lauren Gardner, transportation reporter, POLITICO
- Rick Geddes, Director, Cornell Program in Infrastructure Policy, College of Human Ecology, Cornell University
- Brian Pallasch, managing director of government relations and infrastructure initiatives, American Society of Civil Engineers
- Jerry Wray, Director, Ohio Department of Transportation