Here’s your morning agenda of all things United for Infrastructure! Scan our events you can join today. Watch video highlights from leaders around America. Listen to today’s podcast episodes for a deeper dive on critical issues. Tweet out today’s social media graphic. Read recent research and news informing the issue. And get a preview of tomorrow’s great events!
United for Infrastructure 2020 kicked off yesterday, and we're excited to dive into the week's programming dedicated to infrastructure advocacy and education. Today, and throughout the week, leaders, workers, and communities are leading discussions on how America can #RebuildBetter.
The events we're featuring today speak on the decades of underinvestment in our nation’s infrastructure and why it is important to #RebuildBetter. Join us as we discuss the challenges and solutions to improving access to reliable, safe, and affordable infrastructure and focus on how to confront the challenges exacerbated by COVID-19. Leaders are fighting to repair and build the next generation of infrastructure, and all of you—the policymakers, advocates, business leaders, union members, and more are working tirelessly to help America #RebuildBetter. Today's events highlight the progress made and how we can move forward for better infrastructure, a better nation, and a better nation starts here. Join us in conversation and be a part of a movement for our country, fighting for the infrastructure that holds our communities together. With better infrastructure, we help our communities to thrive.
Scroll down for a list of today's events and a calendar for the week.
Join us for today's virtual events, including:
- It's time for an Infrastructure 'Boost': Confronting Utility Bill Affordability during the COVID-19 Virus, hosted by the Brookings Metropolitan Policy Program
- Private Infrastructure Investment and the Post-Pandemic Recovery, hosted by the Global Infrastructure Investor Association
- Wisconsin ASCE Infrastructure Report Card Release Event, hosted by ASCE
- Envisioning the Opportunity of Freeway Caps and Stitches: Atlanta, Austin, and St. Paul, hosted by the Urban Land Institute
- What the Pandemic and Election mean for Infrastructure in 2021, hosted by Squire Patton Boggs