President Obama continued his tour in support of his jobs bill Thursday. The latest stop: Cincinnati, at the base of the double-decker Brent Spence Bridge.
The bridge sits on one of the busiest trucking routes in the country, and it's considered functionally obsolete.
Gerardo Claudio lives in Augusta, Ga., and works all over the U.S. He spends about three weeks on the road every month, which gives him a good look at the nation's infrastructure.
"The roads are in real, real awful condition, should I say," says Claudio, who was in Cincinnati on Thursday.