The term infrastructure sounds wonky. You drive on roads, not infrastructure. You cross a river on a bridge not on an infrastructure. Infrastructure investment means private sector jobs with good money for Americans. Jobs repairing roads and bridges, modernizing airports or railways and redesigning power grids to accommodate new forms of energy generation. It's economics 101, folks. When people have jobs and an income they spend more money on goods and services. When goods and services are transported at a lower cost, businesses invest and grow. Every dollar spent on infrastructure projects bounces around the economy, providing value at an exponential rate.