Infrastructure around the world is failing. Here’s how to make it more resilient [I have a better idea]

US infrastructure was recently rated a D+ overall, with dams, roads and energy scoring some of the lowest grades. ...
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The public sector should also consider monetizing existing infrastructure assets which have attractive investment characteristics (through leasing or sales to the private sector) to free up public sector capital for investment in new infrastructure. [Source]

No it shouldn't. The public sector should create the funds needed and without borrowing. It should not privatize a thing. We've had way too much of that. We don't need more tolls but more infrastructure free for everyone to use without charge.