Boston's development community hopes a split government can bring much-needed capital to the nation's roads and rails. The results of the 2018 midterm elections brought good news to both major U.S. political parties. The Democrats regained control of the House of Representatives while the Republicans strengthened their majority in the Senate. Leaders of both parties have called for bipartisanship and emphasized the need to push an infrastructure bill — a key campaign platform of President Donald Trump that has not gained momentum since he took office — through Washington. Fixing crumbling and congested infrastructure is a hot topic in Boston real estate, so Bisnow reached out to some of the city’s leading CRE voices to get their take on what they wanted — and could realistically expect — from Tuesday’s results. Read entire article. Read entire article.