Across the world, inadequate infrastructure presents major economic and social challenges that governments and businesses need to address. Without the necessary infrastructure—from transport systems to electricity grids and water pipelines economies cannot meet their full growth potential and economic and human development.
Improving the planning, delivery, and operation of infrastructure to get more, higher-quality capacity for less money, and to boost infrastructure productivity should be a priority amongst planners.
In this report K.I.S examined a range of global databases as well as national sources that report both public and private spending on infrastructure. With the exception of a few national sources for transportation data, we used International Transport Forum (ITF) data for
road, rail, port, and airport spending;
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