There's a good chance you drive over a bridge in need of repair.
This isn't a new issue. A 2013 infrastructure report card from the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the U.S. a D+.
Both evaluations came from organizations that would benefit from building more roads and bridges. But the findings are on par with bridge inspection data from the Federal Highway Administration. And we have seen a number of high-profile infrastructure failures in recent years.
In 2015, an Amtrak train derailed near Philadelphia, killing eight and injuring more than 200. Although the train's conductor was deemed responsible, officials said a missing speed regulator on the track could have prevented the wreck.
President Donald Trump has pledged to unveil a new infrastructure plan worth up to $1 trillion during his first 100 days in office.