Transport: The Road to Latin American Sustainable Development

Overland transport infrastructure provides the physical structures and facilities to move people and goods on roads, railways, and urban mass transit.

Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC) currently suffers a significant infrastructure gap compared to other world regions due to low levels of investment, which is holding back development in the region. Poor transportation infrastructure makes it harder for people to access jobs and services, as well as hampering trade by increasing costs and hindering supply reliability.... download the full paper to read on...

Sections include...

  • Assessing Latin America’s overland transportation infrastructure gap
  • Sustainable development and why is it important
  • How infrastructure spending can contribute to sustainable development
  • Trends in sustainable development of overland transportation
  • Case study: South America’s Bioceanic Corridor
  • ESG development and outlook
  • PPP development and outlook

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