The Great Divide Part 3: Infrastructure

It’s hard to go up against the master of order, one with a city plan mapped out fifty years in advance. That’s right, Singapore, raise that hand up high! Roads are perennially repaved; buildings torn down and re erected; foliage watered so they don’t dry up; the list is endless.

For the commoner, Singapore would be a paradise. Her web of public transport gets you any where on the island. The water is so clean it looks to have been genetically modified. In a good way. Streets at night are as light as day, with power outages occurring every so, 10 years?

Even though the US has done a decent job in keeping a sound infrastructure with its interstate highways and high-traffic, domestic air travel, the standards are comparable to swine when placed beside the pearl of Singapore.

Winner: Singapore

Score: USA 2 – Singapore 1

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