Arizona’s infrastructure could deteriorate without proper investment, ASU professor says

By Corbin Carson | KTAR

The quality of Arizona’s infrastructure ranks above the national average, but one professor warned that it could quickly deteriorate without the proper investment.

A recent report from the American Society of Civil Engineers gave Arizona a C for infrastructure when the state was last graded in 2015, just slightly above the current national grade of a D+.

But Arizona State University economics professor Dennis Hoffman said the state could soon start to see failing grades if proper intervention is not taken.


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