Topic : public-private partnerships

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Pub Perspective: The most important P in PPP is the last one

Bus| May 30, 2014

The first thing to understand about P3s is that they are primarily a money-saving strategy and are still expected to earn a return on investment.

T&I Committee forms special panel to examine P3s

Government Issues| January 16, 2014
Will examine the current state of P3s in the U.S. to identify the role they play in development and delivery of transportation and infrastructure projects in the U.S. and on the U.S. economy, how P3s enhance delivery and management of transportation and infrastructure projects and more.
Management & Operations| December 12, 2013

6 public-private teams compete to build Md. light rail

In late 2014 or early 2015, MDOT / MTA will select a preferred partner and recommend the final agreement to the Board of Public Works for their review and approval. Construction could begin in spring 2015.
Bus| November 11, 2013

Transportation infrastructure: Making a federal case for local power

From the Crenshaw/LAX Transit Corridor project to the Regional Connector Transit Corridor to a 10-mile P3 tunnel through the Sepulveda Pass, the force behind these projects is local.
Bus| October 1, 2013

Experts talk financing projects via P3s at APTA

“If you’ve seen one public-private partnership (P3), you’ve seen one public-private partnership,” was a recurring theme in the “Financing New Projects in the U.S.” session.
Rail| March 18, 2013

Alstom Penetrates N.A. Light Rail Market

In late February, Alstom finalized a contract to provide 34 light rail vehicles and 30 years of maintenance services to the Rideau Transit Group consortium that was selected to design, build, finance and maintain the first line of the Ottawa Light Rapid Transit system.
Accessibility| September 27, 2012

Pa. Gov. signs public-private partnerships bill

Act allows for a board to examine and approve potential public-private transportation projects. If the board determines a state operation would be more cost-effectively administered by a private company, the company will be authorized to either completely or partially take over that operation.
Rail| September 26, 2011

Study: U.S. high-speed rail can work, needs fresh approach

Recommends prioritizing corridors with demonstrated markets, such as the Northeast and California, and exploring alternative management and financing arrangements, including separating infrastructure development from rail operations and forming public-private partnerships.
Rail| September 22, 2011

Job Pressures Beginning to Drive Rail Transit Agenda

Although nothing new, employment generation is the renewed focus of new federal and local spending on rapid transit projects.
Bus| August 8, 2011

Steps to Help Transit Systems Get On the Road to Financial Viability

One option to help keep costs down is replacing older vehicles through an accelerated vehicle acquisition plan that uses municipal leases. With tight credit markets and limited access to capital markets, this is an efficient, less costly option.

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