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Can Kentucky Communities Grow Without Infrastructure Investment?

Most leaders already know the answer to this question. Of course we can’t grow without maintaining and improving the physical and social infrastructure that supports business and population growth and drives economic prosperity.

Kentuckians for Better Transportation Announces New Chair, Executive Committee

Crissy Fiscus will serve as the new Kentuckians for Better Transportation (KBT) chair for 2017-2018.

Filling the Funding Gap for Social Infrastructure

In his first address to Congress, President Trump received a standing ovation for one of the few issues with bipartisan support: increased spending for infrastructure. As expected, his proposal relies on public-private partnerships to pay for America’s crumbling bridges, roads, tunnels and more. But even if the Trump Administration can move an infrastructure bill forward, it’s safe to say there will still be large gaps to fill.

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FTA Proposes New Procedure to Streamline P3s

The U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Transit Administration (FTA) has proposed a new procedure to develop more efficient and effective private partnerships and investment in infrastructure projects.

Texas’ Most Populous City Introduces First P3 Infrastructure Project

The first public-private partnership infrastructure project in Houston, Texas’ most populous city, is set to be completed in 2019.

Society for College and University Planning Discuss P3s at Annual Washington Meeting

Speakers at the Society for College and University Planning annual conference in Washington D.C. recently discussed how institutions should consider public-private partnerships as more than a model to fund new university infrastructure, but to also consider long-term financial consequences.

Oklahoma University Uses P3 for Student Housing, Community-Living

The University of Oklahoma has partnered with infrastructure developer Balfour Beatty Campus Solutions and Provident Resource Group in a P3 to build and operate a student housing and community living facility.

Kentucky’s P3 legislation is relatively new, and the delivery model has been underutilized in Kentucky compared with many other states.

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