Walmart military highway 61 is in disrepair.
The road, a major access point for the Army, is riddled with crumbling concrete and broken asphalt.
It was once the country’s busiest highway, but the company stopped operating there in 2015.
Since then, the Army Corps of Engineers has been working to fix the road, but it’s a long, slow process that will take decades.
“The Army Corps is working very diligently to get this road done and we are very confident it will be done,” says Sgt. Mike Purdy, a Wal-mart military spokesman.
“It’s not something that’s going to be done overnight.”
In the meantime, Wal- Mart is spending tens of millions of dollars on roads around the U.S. that have never been completed.
It’s a massive investment in infrastructure that could take years to complete.
“This project is just the tip of the iceberg,” says Robert J. Jones, who oversees a U.N. project called Infrastructure for Peace.
“Walmart’s investment will go into rebuilding the highway, the infrastructure around the country, the bridges, and the roads that go from the U, S. to the Gulf.”
The U.K. and other countries have already paid for infrastructure projects with their own money.
But the U., S. and Gulf countries are the only ones with a single-payer system in place.
This is the way the U-S.
is planning to pay for the massive infrastructure project it has already started.
has set aside about $100 billion for infrastructure over the next decade, and it’s going all-in to build a single payer system.
The plan is for the U.-S.
to fund all the cost overruns and repairs, with the U’s share going to cover the rest.
“In the US., we have a system that is essentially a private system,” says Alex Gazzaley, a researcher at the U of T’s Munk School of Global Affairs.
“That system is based on the idea that the government, private enterprise, the private sector are going to take on the responsibility to pay the full costs of this infrastructure project.”
It’s an approach that’s popular among some in the private and public sectors, but is unpopular among the U.’s.
The private sector says it needs to fund infrastructure projects because it’s not profitable.
It also says it’s impossible to fund the infrastructure without some form of public financing.
“You can’t say to them, ‘I’m going to spend $20 billion, $25 billion, because I think it’ll generate more revenue for me.'” “
So we can’t just say to the private industry, ‘Well, we’re not going to invest in this project because we don’t think it’s economically viable,'” he says.
“You can’t say to them, ‘I’m going to spend $20 billion, $25 billion, because I think it’ll generate more revenue for me.'”
Zaid points out that while the private-sector infrastructure funding system may be working for the private companies, it can’t deliver on the promise of a single country paying for its infrastructure.
“What we need is a single national government system that will deliver on a universal infrastructure program,” he says, adding that governments in other parts of the world, including Canada, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa, are trying to do that.
But Zaid says governments in Canada and the U are still trying to figure out how to deliver on that promise.
The $50 billion or so the U is spending on roads is only part of the $150 billion the U has committed to infrastructure projects over the coming decade.
Wal-Marts is also looking to expand its own public infrastructure project in Canada.
Walgreens is building a new store in Toronto, a move that is expected to create 10,000 jobs, but which is also likely to increase the amount of public money that’s coming to Wal-marts.
And Walgreen has also announced plans to open a new retail store in the U’S.
So far, there’s been a lack of concrete plans for how the U will pay for all the infrastructure that will be built.
That’s partly because the U doesn’t have a single, universal, public funding system, according to Gazzale.
“There’s a big gap in the system in the United States, and there’s also a big lack of public funding for infrastructure,” he explains.
“A lot of the infrastructure, from bridges to roads to pipelines to roads and bridges, all of it has to be funded through the U and the private market.”