RoadsRoads such as streets, avenues and highways. Includes paved roads, unpaved roads and roads with unique surfaces such as cobblestone.
RailwaysRailways including high speed rail, subways and elevated railways such as a cable car.
WalkwaysPaths for walking such as sidewalks, trails and pedestrian zones.
Bridges & TunnelsBridges and tunnels for vehicles, trains and pedestrians.
StationsRailway stations and similar facilities such as bus stations.
AirportsAirports and related services such as air traffic control.
Air RoutesThe management of air routes and related services such as air traffic control, aeronautical meteorology, air navigation systems, air space management, air traffic flow and capacity management.
WaterwaysNavigable waterways such as a canal.
PortsHarbors where ships can dock and transfer people and/or cargo. This may include passenger facilities known as seaports. Infrastructure for bicycles such as bicycle highways, bike paths and bike lanes.Living streets are often designed for children, recreation and green spaces such as community gardens.
|Overview: Transportation Infrastructure
Foundational structures and systems for transporting people and goods.