Originally Posted by Acting Like Godot
The mundane truth is that large infrastructure projects take a lot of political & commercial will to drive.
Is it just that, or is it also convincing the politicians that alternative methods are worthy of their time and attention?
Look at India. Everyone will agree that it makes sense that India should upgrade its public infrastructure. Its roads, its railways, its airports, its everything. |
Who's going to drive this? The political leaders? But the political leaders in so many countries are paralysed by a hundred other smaller battles. Look at Obama, how he struggles to get a little piece of legislation passed.
I know they have lots on their plate, and it all takes time. It seems like it's always a case of mis-prioritizing.