The term infrastructure is applied to everything related to the systems of a country or a company of a physical nature, such as water, electricity, communications, sanitation, and transportation, so that these systems constitute high-cost investments, but they are an essential pillar for achieving economic growth and prosperity in any country, and it is known that governments provide the necessary funding to improve the infrastructure The salutation and implementation is either by public or private companies or in partnership between them, and as long as the required physical components are available, the infrastructure will remain in a state of systematic structural diversity as we notice this thing in the electrical network of any town or city, it is considered its infrastructure as long as the required equipment is available and provided The desired service is for that city, and the same applies to communication cables and providing information within any company, as they represent an infrastructure for that company.
Types of Infrastructure
We mention below, in a short list, the most prominent types of infrastructure provided by most countries of the world:
-transport services of all kinds (trains, planes, roads, pedestrian paths) and other modes of transport.
-Water supply and wastewater treatment services.
-Energy services such as electricity and gas (production and distribution).
-Communication services from the Internet and phone calls.
-Social infrastructure such as parks, tourist resorts, schools, libraries, hospitals and other examples of this type of services.