A dying breed.
Maybe the building of roads, bridges, and infrastructure is a dying business to be involved in.
Governments and its federal banks are deep in the business of printing cash to invest in infrastructure as a means to fuel the economy. It works until it doesn’t work. If technology has eliminated the need to actually have to go anywhere to facilitate something then they’re certainly investing in a dying breed.
While spectacular to see, and incredibly hard feats to accomplish physically, emotionally and while exhibiting exceptional capacity to solve problems; why solve it anymore even.
It’s redundant. It’s certainly unnecessary if it’s purpose is to facilitate mobility as a means to promote activity, if all of it can be accomplished from home.