Topic : public-private partnerships

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FTA files NPRM to streamline private sector investment in transit projects

Government Issues| July 31, 2017

Recipients of Federal funding for public transportation projects would be allowed to identify specific FTA regulations, practices, procedures, or guidance documents that may be an impediment to the use of a P3 or private investment in that project.

UMA, Bus & Motorcoach Academy return to BusCon 2017

Mobility| July 27, 2017

The two sessions at BusCon 2017 in Indianapolis Sept. 11 to 13, which are open to all bus operators, will discuss the capital cost of contracting and the federal governments Data Q system.

Rail| June 12, 2017

Las Vegas light rail project to airport gets OK to seek funding

Under one bill signed by the governor, the RTC has until the end of 2020 to ask Clark County voters whether sales taxes should be increased to help pay for the proposed 8.7-mile transit system

Rail| June 12, 2017

2017 Rail Project Focus: Detroit, Phoenix, and Seattle

An in-depth look at the recently completed QLine streetcar in Detroit, as well as rapid expansions and community support for Ariz.’s Valley Metro Rail and Seattle’s Sound Transit, where both agencies are spearheading aggressive plans to grow their rail systems.

Rail| June 12, 2017

Florida’s Brightline to Boost Intercity Train Travel

The first phase of the express passenger rail service, costing more than $1 billion, will connect the region’s main Central Business Districts of Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and West Palm Beach, while Phase 2 will connect Orlando.

Mobility| April 11, 2017

ITS America set public policy mission, senior leadership team

The move follows an extensive re-visioning process across the ITS America membership — which represent interests and expertise from private companies, leading public research, and academic institutions, as well as state and city DOT leaders.

March 16, 2017

Breaking the mold in the quest for the ultimate connected city

Transportation should be viewed like a smartphone. It should allow everyone to be connected to opportunities throughout the rest of society, at reasonable and low cost. And a ride-hailing partnership with transit is a crucial example of how local governments can catch up and be responsive in a fast-moving world of technology-driven transportation options.

Government Issues| February 28, 2017

Pub Perspective: 2 Myths Undermine the Feds Role in Public Transit

These myths must be dispelled immediately. I will try to begin doing so below.

Management & Operations| October 12, 2016

New VP joins STV, Transportation & Infrastructure division

Paul McIlree, P.E., will oversee the firm’s business plan for design-build and public-private partnership initiatives.

Government Issues| October 3, 2014

Can Denver's transit system be a model for Toronto?

As Toronto looks to expand its public transportation system, the city could take a look at the success Denver has had building out its FasTracks program through a mix of sales tax revenues, federal funds and public-private partnerships, according to the Toronto Star.

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