It is common knowledge that the United States’ interstate highway transportation infrastructure has fallen behind the times. Adding to this issue, freight traffic is expected to increase by 45% over the next 30 years, increasing the stress on the already deteriorating roads and bridges. This will make it especially difficult on supply chains from coast-to-coast. While legislation has been discussed and small funding measures have been taken over the past few years, a wide reaching overhaul to bring our transportation model into the 21st century and beyond hasn’t been completed. A recent article from Logistics Management details the latest federal outlook and what it could mean going forward. To read the article, click here.