The Grades Are Out!


The new ASCE 2013 Report Card for America’s Infrastructure is now available at and as a tablet and phone app on the iTunes and Google Play stores.

Every four years, ASCE issues the Report Card which evaluates conditions and investment needs for major sectors of infrastructure — including roads, bridges, drinking water systems, ports, mass transit, and the electric grid. This year’s Report Card covers 16 infrastructure categories, and it’s being released as a digital application (or “app”) that includes videos, interactive maps, and other multimedia tools. For the first time, the 2013 Report Card provides information for all 50 states, including examples of initiatives and innovations that are making a difference. For example, Oklahoma created a plan to replace or rehabilitate over 950 structurally deficient bridges between 2013 and 2020. Philadelphia implemented a program to improve resiliency and address combined sewer overflows using green infrastructure, capable of capturing water from all but the most severe storms.

Be the first to get the new Report Card at, and just as importantly, share the grades in your social and professional networks via Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter!  We hope everyone will be able to use this great product to get even more people involved in the conversation around our nation’s infrastructure.

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