Kentucky’s Infrastructure

by Laura Ellis on February 16, 2011

STATE OF AFFAIRS 02/16/11: Roads. Water. Bridges. Services we use every day but rarely think about unless something goes wrong. These are part of a dozen categories that make up Kentucky’s infrastructure. In a report card just just released by the Kentucky section of the American Society of Civil Engineers, the commonwealth received a “C” overall, with drinking water scoring highest and bridges lowest. We sit down with local engineers and experts to talk about how these marks were determined, what they mean for Kentucky, and what is the status of infrastructure throughout the comonwealth.

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