The President-elect campaigned on rebuilding America’s roads and bridges. Whether he can get his plan passed might have a lot to do with Congressional conservatives, such as those from South Carolina. Here, Keith Werner, with HDR Inc., inspects the Harbor River Bridge as part of an annual inspection that happened to coincide with Hurricane Matthew.
The President-elect campaigned on rebuilding America’s roads and bridges. Whether he can get his plan passed might have a lot to do with Congressional conservatives, such as those from South Carolina. Here, Keith Werner, with HDR Inc., inspects the Harbor River Bridge as part of an annual inspection that happened to coincide with Hurricane Matthew. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com
The President-elect campaigned on rebuilding America’s roads and bridges. Whether he can get his plan passed might have a lot to do with Congressional conservatives, such as those from South Carolina. Here, Keith Werner, with HDR Inc., inspects the Harbor River Bridge as part of an annual inspection that happened to coincide with Hurricane Matthew. Tim Dominick tdominick@thestate.com

South Carolina shows there’s a rough road ahead for Trump’s massive infrastructure plan

December 09, 2016 02:50 PM

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