Engineering group gives Georgia's infrastructure a C+

A civil engineering association has given Georgia a grade of C+ for its infrastructure. Georgia's grade rose slightly in the American Society of Civil Engineers report, which was released recently, The Savannah Morning News reported. Georgia's latest score is a slight improvement from the 2014 infrastructure report card grade of C.
Improvements in categories that helped Georgia garner the slightly higher score included the Georgia ports, transportation funding, transit, and storm water utilities, the newspaper reported. The information comes from the society's 2019 Report Card for Georgia's Infrastructure. Grades improved in nine categories, including the Georgia ports.

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