Infrastructure in The Atlantic Cities
May 9, 2012
Rachel MacCleery, Vice President of ULI Infrastructure Initiative, covers the current state of American infrastructure in The Atlantic Cities.
A growing number of American states and metropolitan areas understand that their competitive position and quality of life depends on investing both in growing infrastructure backlogs and cutting-edge opportunities. They know that to succeed in the global marketplace, and compete successfully for jobs and residents, they must build 21st century infrastructure. Self-interest, disciplined by scarce resources, is spurring entrepreneurial metro regions to experiment with new approaches, create new partnerships, and connect the infrastructure dots in innovative ways…Read More