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PHILADELPHIA-The nation’s vast infrastructure needs offer an opportunity to create much-needed jobs while making the lasting, integrated infrastructure investments that will lay the foundation for future prosperity. The 2010 infrastructure report–the fourth in an annual series produced by the Urban Land Institute and Ernst & Young–examines global infrastructure trends and, for the first time, addresses water issues in depth. “Water is the hidden infrastructure conundrum, with aging pipes and inadequate systems running headlong into rapid population growth in America’s most water-constrained regions,” reads the report, including Philadelphia, where some water mains date back to 1824.

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