Expansive investment in transportation, power grid resiliency, water/wastewater treatment, broadband expansion, and other physical projects will put people to work now and will lead to further job creation and economic growth in the future. A significant expansion of domestic supply chains will require new infrastructure projects to accommodate the new logistical challenges. Put people to work now while preparing for the future. The private sector may be slow to invest and expand, waiting to see what happens with the global economy. The federal and state governments can step up to fill that gap and help restore investor confidence, providing a boost to construction employees, engineering firms, material suppliers, and more. Pennsylvania should reassess its road and bridge spending to focus dollars on projects that serve existing or potential manufacturing and energy sites.