Harvard Social Impact Review / December 15, 2021
Escaping Infrastructure’s Shadow Puppets: Lessons From Equitably Repurposing Public Spaces
Washington has a consensus: American infrastructure is overdue for capital improvements and maintenance. The most fervent debates on this topic have focused on how much funding should be allocated. But the most important discussion, even when it comes to hard infrastructure (e.g., rail, bridges, roads, and sidewalks), should be about how funding should be spent.