TRANSPORTATION AND INFRASTRUCTUREFirstly, what are transportation and infrastructure?Its policy is about ensuring the supply of economically efficient, sustainable transport services for the general public and businesses throughout the country. It includes railways, roads, shipping, and aviation, as well as transport and infrastructure research.Technology has reached countries all around the world.Transport and infrastructure make the lives of people all around the world easier and faster to get to places.As a result, globalisation takes place.Unfortunately, although most countries have transport and infrastructure, there are major and minor differences between the MEDCs countries and LEDCs countries.I would be comparing between 1 country from MEDCs that is America and 1 country from LEDCs, India.Transportation and infrastructure in India.The country is very poor in infrastructure and it’s the “biggest hurdle” to government’s flagship, says Make in India programme, S&P Global Ratings today.The infrastructure shortage is costing up to 5 percent of the GDP and an improvement will boost export competitiveness, according to some estimates. There are problems in the country’s transportation sector with capacity restriction and underlined the need for a better injunction. Citing the case of the power sector, it has said to help better regulation, a turnaround.India’s government has limited finances that will make it important for the private sector to get in, the agency said in a note. The government is wanting to spend on transportation and infrastructure but its heavy debt burden could derail its ambitions to improve public infrastructure.However, the global rating agency said India will see a big improvement in performance soon. “The performance of Indian corporates is bottoming out. It will be a slow, U-shaped recovery for them,” S&P Global Ratings Credit Analyst Geeta Chugh told reporters on a call. Transportation and infrastructure in America.It is drastically different from India in the region in transportation and infrastructure.In America, an overwhelming majority of roads are owned and maintained by state and local governments.Owned and maintained by individual state governments, the Interstate Highway System is funded by the federal government. The Transportation Security Administration has provided security at most major airports since 2001.Unlike India, the government provide regulation, supervision, and funding for all aspects of transportation, except for customs, immigration, and security, which are the responsibility of the United States Department of Homeland Security. Each state has its own Department of Transportation, which builds and maintains state highways, and depending upon the state, may either directly operate or supervise other modes of transportation.The national perspective, some citizens still complain about the transport and infrastructure.They want to Establish a clear point of accountability within the federal government.When it comes to approving and managing projects, federal agencies often have conflicting mandates and priorities. None of the agencies or entity has truly had the power to break ties. But other democracies suggest it is possible to properly review projects and weakened risks while also moving them forward in as little as half the time. The federal government could also help catalyze better performance from the construction industry. Empower state and local experiment, the mayors and governors have the most of the successful projects.These projects are state-owned, the federal government funds.Infrastructure, the citizens want the federal government to provide incentives for the cities to deploy a quick and smart solution, for example, demand-based pricing.In conclusion, no matter how to modernize the country is, each country has its own problem with transportation and infrastructure and it will always have a solution.Some countries have more problems than others.As technology advances, transportation, and infrastructure advance.