Infrastructure pressures inspire solutions
When we think about municipal government, we often first think of roads, sidewalks, sewers, and potable water.
But municipal infrastructure also includes an ever-expanding list, including public transportation, streetlights, traffic signals, bicycle paths, trees, and even ornamental plants located on traffic islands, to name a few.
Municipalities are faced with three pressures linked to infrastructure: repair and upkeep of existing infrastructure, replacing old and outdated infrastructure, and expanding
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