President Donald Trump plans to spend $1 trillion on infrastructure over the next decade, but exactly what that will look like has yet to be revealed. However, Axios thinks the White House is looking for ideas in a recent UBS report.
According to Michael Allen of Axios, who has posted a number of scoops related to the Trump administration so far, the White house is reading a 41-page report from UBS entitled, "Revitalizing America: Engaging civic capital for US infrastructure," also released on Tuesday.
Per the UBS report — written by Tom McLoughlin, Mike Ryan and Justin Waring of UBS — the No. 1 priority on the agenda is America's airports, followed by surface transportation, maritime ports and water utilities. The so-called digital divide and the smart grid also garner mentions.