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About Compassionate Capitalism Transportation Infrastructure

Transportation infrastructure refers to the framework that supports our transport system. This includes roads, railways, bridges, seaports, and airports which provide the framework for the movement of both people and goods.

In a world of huge disparity in development, the lack of adequate transportation infrastructure has stifled economic progression, widened trade barriers, and grossly reduced national gross domestic production in countless communities.

Compassionate Capitalism sees transportation infrastructure as a pillar in the search for global development equity guided by the development rankings to identify where help is needed to increase the presence of infrastructure through direct investments, knowledge, information, and collaborations.