Civic Dilemmas in Infrastructure

Infrastructure refers to the system of public works of a country, state, or region. While infrastructure refers to something physical, it is undergirded by civic actions—choices and decisions about what to invest in, where, and for whom. Students examined two of these persistent human problems—water and transportation—through “case studies” analyzing choices made historically and their implications for today.

Civic Dilemmas in Infrastructure – Ibrahim Abdul-Matin

February 4, 2018
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In this Forum, Civic Fellows examines two of these persistent human problems—water and transportat...

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