By David SchillingNovember 15, 2018 at 11:50:58The cost of building the United States’ new Interstate Highway System, the biggest highway project in U.S. history, will be at least $1 trillion.
The $1,000,000-plus price tag was announced Tuesday by the Department of Transportation.
It is based on the assumption that the cost of the entire project, including the construction of roads and bridges, would be about $1-trillion.
It would include $200-billion in federal subsidies, $200 billion for state and local governments, and $250 billion in federal and state bonding.
But the cost could rise as more costs and risks are included, said Peter J. Scharfenberg, chairman of the Transportation Policy Institute, a Washington-based research and policy organization.
The highway project is the biggest and most expensive project of its kind in U,S.
The cost of other major transportation projects, including building and repairing highways and bridges in the Middle East, Africa, and Central America, have totaled $200 trillion, according to the Transportation Department.
In addition to the highway, the U.N. headquarters, the National Zoo and the National Gallery of Art are among the major projects in U.,S.
The project is slated to cost more than $7 trillion and will add nearly 200,000 jobs.
It also will create more than 100,000 new jobs for people in construction, construction management and related occupations.
The government is estimating that the project would create an additional 4 million jobs.
The total cost of construction would be $1 billion more than what the government is spending to repair the aging infrastructure of the country.
The cost includes the cost to build a road from Atlanta to Chicago, which would take nearly 12 years, and the costs to build the U,A.C., tunnel that will run from Baltimore to New Orleans, which is scheduled to cost about $400 billion.
The National Guard and local police have been hired to help with the highway and other infrastructure repairs, and a team of engineers and contractors has been dispatched to help assess the cost.
The costs include the cost for the construction and operation of roads, bridges, and other highway infrastructure, including roads and tunnels.
The Department of the Interior, which oversees the project, has said that it will pay for all the highway projects through an annual bond that will be repaid by tolls, fees, property taxes, and taxes.
The total cost for repairs and maintenance will be about twice as much as the amount that was originally projected.
The amount of debt on the project has increased over the years as more money was added to the Federal Highway Trust Fund, and many other agencies, including Social Security and Medicare, have stepped in to cover the debt.