India’s Transportation Infrastructure Needs Billions of Dollars in Construction, Business and Industry Trends Analysis

India, as one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, is evolving from an undeveloped, agricultural economy into a more complex economy that includes booming sectors in services, manufacturing and construction.  Economic growth has been so rapid that transportation of all types is woefully underdeveloped.  Major highways, railways, urban transit systems and airports are needed in order to serve the modernizing industrial and services sectors.  (At the same time, other infrastructure areas are also underdeveloped, such as education, telecommunications and utilities.)  Clogged roads and slow transport of goods are everyday problems.  India has an estimated 70,000 kilometers of highways, but much of…

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