Canadian Infrastructure Report Card 2012
Published: September 2012 - PDF (4.9 MB)
Volume 1: 2012 Municipal Roads and Water Systems
Following two decades of declining public investment in infrastructure, public and government interest rekindled in the 1990s, as the visible decline of infrastructure underscored the need for new approaches to its funding and management.
In the decade that followed, the state of public infrastructure—and what to do about it—became the subject of much discussion and debate. A great deal of that discussion and debate centred around the condition of infrastructure, with the need to develop objective assessment tools becoming increasingly apparent.
As it was the first of its kind in Canada, there are lessons to be learned from this project that will undoubtedly inform future efforts.
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