HELP US SOLVE MINNESOTA'S INFRASTRUCTURE CRISIS

REPAIRING OUR DECAYING
ROADWAYS AND BRIDGES
IS NOT A RED OR BLUE ISSUE.

IT’S A BLACKTOP AND
CONCRETE ISSUE.

DEMAND THAT YOUR REPRESENTATIVES
SUPPORT LONG-TERM INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING THIS YEAR.

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REPAIRING OUR DECAYING
ROADWAYS AND BRIDGES
IS NOT A RED OR BLUE ISSUE.

IT’S A BLACKTOP AND
CONCRETE ISSUE.

DEMAND THAT YOUR REPRESENTATIVES
SUPPORT LONG-TERM INFRASTRUCTURE SPENDING THIS YEAR.

THERE’S NO INFRASTRUCTURE PROBLEM
THE INTERNATIONAL UNION OF
OPERATING ENGINEERS CAN’T HELP FIX.

Local 49 represents more than 13,500 heavy equipment operators. Our members are dedicated to maintaining Minnesota’s vast, but aging, infrastructure. Don’t let political gridlock tie up our effort to improve Minnesota’s roadways and bridges. Talk to your representatives and demand that they support the infrastructure spending that will give us the green light to get to work.

THE AMERICAN SOCIETY OF CIVIL ENGINEERS GRADED MINNESOTA’S ROADS A D+

READ THE REPORT HERE

According to MnDOT, there are more than 1,000 Minnesota bridges that are in poor condition and five percent are “structurally deficient”. Besides being a safety risk, these bridges and roads cost the average Minnesotan more than $1,000 a year in gas, lost time and car repairs. In October 2018, the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) graded Minnesota’s roads a “D+”, bridges a “C” and transit a “C-”.

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THE International Union of Operating Engineers Local 49
is ready to do the heavy lifting FOR MINNESOTA

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