Guest editorial by Jeff Siegel
How the Hyperloop Could Cement a Positive Legacy for Trump
I’m not exactly sure how Donald Trump’s infrastructure plan will go down.
To be honest, I still don’t even know exactly what it is. I suspect we’ll find out soon enough.
Whatever the plan is, however, I do hope it’s one that embraces technological innovation over knuckle-dragging complacency.
In other words, we need to do much more than repair bridges and roads.
If the United States has any intention of being relevant in the 21st century, it must shed the stench of mediocrity when it comes to infrastructure. Sure, roads and bridges are necessary. But so are next-generation power supplies and transportation systems.
The days of coal are coming to an end – at least in terms of electricity generation. Nuclear is a non-starter due to continued NIMBY issues, and now, the bankruptcy of the…
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