One of the challenges of writing an infrastructure strategy is how to be both concise and comprehensive. Applying the ABT story structure is a really good way to cut through the details to the key points you want to make.
Here's a fictional example: "X infrastructure is reaching the end of its useful life AND replacing it in its current location is not cost-effective in the long term due to the extent of coastal erosion. (BUT) There are alternative ways to provide the same service, using an alternative route. THEREFORE we will continue to maintain the X infrastructure in the short term and have allocated $x for design and construction of the new infrastructure in the alternative location from 2024 - 2028."