In May of 2013, a truck with an oversized load caused a bridge in Mt. Vernon, Washington to collapse, highlighting America's infrastructure problems.
Could a nationwide high-speed rail system be the answer to America's infrastructure problems? Proponents have been pining for a solution like this for years, while critics insist the economics don't work for the United States.
Is an American smart grid system long overdue or unnecessary and an intrusion upon our privacy and freedom?