The investments cities make in transportation and infrastructure not only shape how people get around, but how effectively communities can respond and transform in the face of disaster. Yet, nearly $60 trillion is needed to build and update infrastructure globally to sustain population rates. In the United States, there isn’t enough attention focused on getting a return on our transportation investments or even maintaining the infrastructure we already have – both of which connect people to jobs and opportunity. The Rockefeller Foundation’s transportation and infrastructure work aims to help communities to make better investments in affordable, resilient and inclusive solutions.
What's the future of transportation?
Public transportation plays a major role in shaping where Millennials choose to live and spend time. In…, Managing Director, The Rockefeller Foundation