Infrastructure Adaptation

Networks of abandoned rail lines, industrialized riverfronts, gridlocked freeways, and channelized waterways can become renewed conduits for community life. Often started as grassroots initiatives, infrastructure adaptation can spur massive economic redevelopment, community engagement, and improved public health by transforming old transportation systems into new and sustainable destinations.

Investing in projects that redefine and repurpose obsolete infrastructure systems can inject economic and social vitality into a community while ensuring a healthier, more environmentally sustainable future.