BOISE, ID – Three years ago the American Society of Civil Engineers gave the nation’s infrastructure a D grade. This year, a local branch of the organization says Idaho does slightly better than the U.S.
Think report card. Idaho would get a C minus overall for its infrastructure. Things like bridges, state highways, and public transit. Idaho did worst for upkeep of bridges and highways – a D plus. Seth Olsen is a Boise civil engineer. He helped put this report together.