White House fact sheet highlights deficiencies in AZ infrastructure

U.S. 60-Pinto Creek Bridge (Flickr Photo/Arizona Department of Transportation)

By Kevin Stone | KTAR

PHOENIX – Thousands of highway miles and dozens of bridges in Arizona are in poor condition, according to a fact sheet released by the Biden administration Monday to promote its $2.3 trillion infrastructure proposal.

“For decades, infrastructure in Arizona has suffered from a systemic lack of investment. The need for action is clear,” the document says.

The White House released infrastructure fact sheets, most with a letter grade, for the 50 states, Puerto Rico and the District of Columbia. Arizona received a grade of C. Utah, with a C-plus, got the highest grade.

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