Much to the annoyance of American friends, I often cite how a middling European economy like Spain without a particularly sterling public sector produces infrastructure Americans can only dream about.
Madrid builds subways at $65 million per mile. New York? $2.6 billion. https://t.co/vscQz9nNs0
— Antonio García Martínez (agm.eth) (@antoniogm) July 30, 2022
Traveling to many other countries feels like jumping 50 years into the future when you come from the US. It’s kind of shocking how bad we’ve let everything get when you see how it could be.