Hard Choices: A Report on the Increasing Gap Between America's Infrastructure Needs and Our Ability to Pay for Them : a Case Study. Washington
U.S. Government Printing Office, 1984 - Infrastructure (Economics) - 73 pages
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1983 price levels agencies AUGUSTUS F Bonneville Power Administration bridges Bureau of Reclamation capital expenditures Category C needs Chart city streets construction County and City county roads deflated Department of Ecology District Capital Outlays drinking water DSHS elements of infrastructure Environmental Protection Administration essential requirements estimates of future expenditures by Irrigation Federal Highway Administration Ferry System fuel tax future needs Governmental Finances highway program Interstate highway investment Irrigation District capital LLOYD BENTSEN miles millions of dollars Needs and Funding needs estimate Nominal Expenditures Northwest River Number operating and maintenance Pacific Northwest planning period public infrastructure public water systems real capital needs real capital outlays real capital spending real expenditures real personal income Referendum 27 reports resurfacing roads and city roads and streets sewer shown in Table Six-Year Sourcei Sources of Funding traffic treatment University Washington State Ferry WASHINGTON STATE INFRASTRUCTURE Washington State University wastewater