“Road Infrastructure Influences Both the Economic Growth and the Social Development”

Road infrastructure is a key element for the economic growth and development and it plays a fundamental role to achieve the Lisbon objectives to increase growth and jobs .
Efficient infrastructure warranting accessibility attracts centres of production and consumption and thus impacts positively on the regional economy.
More efficient infrastructures enable a better mobility for people and goods as well as a better connection between regions.
Transport infrastructure influences both the economic growth and the social cohesion. A region cannot be competitive without an efficient transport network.
The road environment and infrastructure are very important for road safety. Infrastructure gives the framework for the physical movement within a society. Infrastructure planning, design, implementation and maintenance involve many levels of activity and disciplines.

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Pradeep Solanki

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