Table of Contents
|2. Perceptions About Urban Infrastructure in the United States Today||10-19|
|3. The Needs of One American City||20-30|
|4. Infrastructure and Economics: Lessons From the Energy Crisis||31-38|
|5. Implications for the Engineering Community||39-52|
|Appendix A: Six Urban Infrastructure Systems||53-69|
|Appendix B: Participants in the Lake Morey Workshop||70-78|
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