One of the biggest differences between how the US and Europe approach infrastructure funding is that in many European countries, projects have a national scope and purpose supported by a national consensus, writes Robert E. Paaswell, Distinguished Professor of Civil Engineering at City College of New York. European projects don't suffer from stops and starts, local interference or funding redirection, he adds.
Column: What separates US, European approaches to infrastructure
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