Investment in new cities set to boom

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Investments in urban infrastructure aimed at implementing “new visions for cities” will reach US$375 billion by 2030, according to global technology intelligence firm ABI Research.

The research focuses on new greenfield and brownfield urban developments that adopt one or more new design principles, including pedestrianisation, 20-minute neighbourhoods and fresh approaches to green infrastructure, utilities, transportation, and carbon-neutral buildings.

The report features 16 case studies including The Line in Saudi Arabia, Marc Lore’s recently announced Telosa in the US and Tengah in Singapore.

+INFO: Cities Today

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