Recent federal investments, including $550 billion in new funding in the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, have kept the country’s infrastructure woes from getting worse, but that progress will be lost when funding runs out, according to a report released by the American Society of Civil Engineers.

The economic report, released ahead of ASCE’s Report Card for America’s Infrastructure, also notes that changes in the infrastructure landscape, such as supply chain problems, stricter emission standards and extreme weather, have increased spending needs. 

The report found the sectors most affected by infrastructure deficiencies are manufacturing, finance and real estate, health care, utilities and agriculture.