Do you like traffic?
That is strictly an infrastructure issue. It has local, state and federal components.
Roads are mostly built and maintained by local authorities using local money. Highways are built and maintained by states with significant federal spending.
Literally crumbling. There are many projects like bridges that are passed their designed lifespan without plans to replace them. Bridges have collapsed due to structural problems noted in inspections but a lack of budget left the necessary repairs undone.
There seems to be a limit to the naive solution of building more roads as population grows in cities. Traffic gets worse faster than new roads can be built. It is faster to send things by bike than car in some cites because of traffic considerations. Some of the towns and smaller cities in my region have plans to completely rebuild themselves to try to avoid becoming anything like LA.
This means that different infrastructure choice need to be explored. Eastern Chinese cities had massive bike infrastructure before being opened to the West, Europe has many pedestrian friendly city centers and commuter trains.
Any change of infrastructure will require large investments. It is hoped that costs would be recouped in economic growth and environmental and health gains.