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Congressional action is needed.

Frequently Asked Questions on the National Infrastructure Bank (NIB)

Answering questions about how a National Infrastructure Bank would function

by December 21, 2018 Infrastructure Bank
National Infrastructure Banks Prove Superior to PPPs

National Infrastructure Banks Prove Superior to PPPs

By Alphecca Muttardy, Macroeconomist  Last Updated 11/27/18 This Brief makes the case that National Infrastructure Banks (NIBs) have historically proven to be superior to Public-Private Partnerships in building American infrastructure. There have been four major National Infrastructure Banks/Systems in our nation’s history,[1] starting with the First Bank of the United […]

by November 27, 2018 Commentary, Infrastructure Bank
The opening slide of the National Infrastructure Bank slide show.

D.C. Meeting Discusses National Infrastructure Bank

By Nancy Spannaus Nov. 14, 2018—A group of approximately 25 citizen-leaders gathered in a Washington, D.C. library last night to discuss how to address the question of the nation’s collapsing infrastructure. The lively, almost-unstoppable discussion centered around a slide show presentation on a National Infrastructure Bank (NIB)  proposal, given by […]

by November 14, 2018 News
An infrastructure bank can fund the high-speed rail we need. Above, a Chinese high-speed train.

A National Infrastructure Bank to Fund Infrastructure in Virginia

By Alphecca Muttardy, Macroeconomist Last updated 10/25/2018 Summary: At present, the State of Virginia spends about 10% of its total public spending (or 1.7% of the state’s GDP) on public infrastructure projects.[1]  Of that total, the Virginia state budget pays for highway construction and improvements at four-year universities; local governments […]

by November 3, 2018 Commentary, Infrastructure Bank