The rise of homelessness is real.
It’s going to happen.
The Washington Monument will be closed and the National Mall will be under the watchful eye of federal authorities.
But the real problem is not homelessness.
It is a lack of infrastructure.
The National Mall is already under construction, and the federal government is building a new, taller fence around it.
But even that will not solve the problem.
The Washington Monument is not an isolated example.
The New York City subway system is already a complete mess, and it will be even worse in the coming years.
Even in a nation that has a long history of constructing and maintaining roads and bridges, the infrastructure needed to safely and efficiently move people and goods around our cities is a massive challenge.
It requires billions of dollars of investment, and a vast number of private, government, and nonprofit partners.
We need a system that is both scalable and reliable, flexible enough to accommodate the needs of our growing population and flexible enough that it can be built at a reasonable cost.
It must be built fast and cheap.
It needs to be built to support a diverse set of residents.
It has to be affordable.
And it needs to provide an effective barrier between those who need it and those who don’t.
If we want to build something that can provide for everyone and keep everyone safe, it needs not only a barrier between people who need shelter, but also a robust, sustainable network of public transportation.
That network can provide services like free and reduced-fare rides for residents who live in high-crime neighborhoods.
It can provide transportation for those who work and live in cities that are already underserved, like inner-city Chicago.
And, most importantly, it can provide a way to connect all those who do need help and help others who are at a higher risk of homelessness.
So we can start by building a fence.
We can start building fences quickly and efficiently, by building roads that connect the neighborhoods we want people to live in.
And we can build a fence that can be completed in time for the 2019 World Expo.
I’m a bit worried about this project.
The fence is part of a massive, decades-long project to keep the public off of the sidewalks and onto the subway tracks, where we expect to see a spike in homeless people.
But that project is so old and so slow, it has already cost $10 billion.
And that money was used to build roads to keep people off the tracks, not to build new sidewalks.
So I’m not sure it’s really a project that’s worth billions of additional dollars.
And I’m also not sure that we can get this project done on schedule.
I worry that the city and federal government won’t invest enough to get the fence completed and the public on the tracks by the time the World Expo is scheduled to open in 2020.
So even if the city manages to get all the funding it needs and the money is available, I worry about the project going forward.
That’s because the city is a public entity, and that entity has already spent more than $3 billion on fencing and road construction since 2010.
And then there’s this other problem.
There is no public transit in the Washington area.
We already have the system of public transit that has been in place for decades.
And the transit system is highly efficient, and there are no problems with it.
The only problems that have come up in recent years have been when the system has been under-utilized and overcrowded.
And those have been the kinds of problems that I worry most about.
But there are some transit projects that are actually really good.
The Green Line light rail line in Seattle is a good example.
It was built in the 1960s with a lot of federal funds and has had many, many positive, positive impacts.
It opened in 1972 and has been one of the fastest and most reliable transit systems in the country for decades, and has saved countless lives.
And if it hadn’t been for a massive federal subsidy from the federal Department of Transportation, it would not have been built.
But the federal subsidy has also led to a lot more congestion.
The transit system was originally meant to be a commuter rail system, and now it is used as a bus-only system, which is a much more expensive option.
So it’s a big problem.
It could be a problem for years to come.
So now we’re facing a choice: Can we continue to build more rail in the region and expand our public transit options to the suburbs, or can we get a handle on our population density and reduce the amount of people on the streets?
The most immediate solution to this problem is to build affordable housing.
The best way to do that is to increase the density of the housing stock in the areas where we need it most, and make sure that there are enough places for people to have jobs and for