2020 was supposed to be a great year for the construction of infrastructure.
Infrastructure projects were supposed to create jobs, boost economic activity, and improve the lives of Americans.
Unfortunately, the economy is still suffering from the Great Recession.
But infrastructure was supposed, and is still expected to be, a key part of any economic recovery.
In fact, many of the projects that were supposed were so bad that they were deemed “insane.”
Some projects have been cancelled, some were postponed, and a few projects never even started.
For example, the new subway that opened in New York City in 2019 was canceled in 2019.
But the new light rail line that opened this past summer was not canceled.
The project was approved and funded in 2020 and was supposed for completion in 2022.
But it is now scheduled for completion later this year.
Infrastructure was supposed with a focus on creating jobs, helping the economy, and increasing economic activity.
Instead, it has been a disaster.
We have witnessed a complete breakdown of the job creation that was supposed and that we are supposed to expect.
This has led to an economy that is more reliant on government support than it has ever been before.
A new report from the Government Accountability Office (GAO) shows that many of our major infrastructure projects were expected to create over 4 million new jobs and $200 billion in new economic activity in 2020 alone.
But instead of helping Americans, these projects have resulted in a massive decline in the economy and have put Americans in a precarious position.
The GAO report also notes that some of these projects are failing to meet the conditions for funding due to a lack of federal oversight, delays, and lack of transparency.
These projects have not only caused job losses, they have put millions of Americans out of work.
This is an ongoing problem that the Trump administration has failed to address.
The Trump administration was supposed in 2019 to be leading the way in infrastructure investment.
It promised to build roads, bridges, and other infrastructure projects to help the economy.
The president even pledged to spend $4 trillion on infrastructure projects.
Instead of putting Americans back to work, the Trump Administration has failed miserably to build any major infrastructure project.
It is now expected to spend less than $2 trillion on projects in 2019 alone.
The Department of Transportation has not released a detailed breakdown of how much money was spent on these projects, but estimates put the total spending at over $8 billion.
In 2020 alone, the Obama Administration spent over $1 trillion on road construction alone.
This was a record high.
The Bush Administration also promised to spend over $4.6 trillion on roads and bridges in 2020, but the President actually cut that to $1.7 trillion.
The Obama Administration had a vision of a future where roads and public transit were a common occurrence throughout the country.
Unfortunately for the Trump Adminstration, we are now seeing the opposite of this vision.
While it has promised to invest in infrastructure, it seems to be spending more money on the road and the bridges that we see today than on the projects to date.
This will put more people out of jobs and further erode the economy in the process.
Trump has promised that his administration will “invest in our infrastructure so that the American people have more of a chance of making it through this economic downturn and staying in their homes and jobs.”
But this is exactly what we have seen with the Trump-Pence administration.
The number of Americans working or working part-time has been on the decline for the past five years, which is why it is so important that we build more infrastructure and increase employment in the U.S. However, this is also the number of people who have been laid off and the number that are still looking for work.
As we know, job losses are always a concern in an economic recovery, but this is especially true for infrastructure projects that have a huge potential for creating jobs and economic activity for the American public.
The infrastructure sector has historically been considered a very weak sector.
This report from Gartner predicts that in 2020 only 8 percent of the U:D:D workforce will be employed full-time.
That is a drop of about 400,000 jobs.
But that is a large drop, and that is why the Trump and Pence Administrations are focused on increasing the number in the workforce.
However this does not mean that the jobs of this group of Americans will be lost.
This year, more than 7 million Americans were laid off, which means that more than 3 million Americans will lose their jobs this year and another 1.4 million jobs in 2020.
The report also projects that the number employed in the labor force will be around 20 million people in 2020 compared to around 17 million people at the beginning of the year.
The U:H:D sector is expected to remain the dominant labor force for many years to come.
However it is important to note that the job losses and job losses that we have witnessed are largely due to the lack of public investment.
In 2016, we saw