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USDOT Assures P3 Industry of Support for Major Projects

A top leader at the US Department of Transportation assured delegates at the P3 Hub Americas Conference of continued federal government support of public-private partnerships. It is “an exciting time to be in transportation and infrastructure,” said Jim Ray, Senior Advisor for Infrastructure at the USDOT. President Donald Trump “is still very committed to infrastructure,” he added.

Does end of Old Cardinal Stadium at fairgrounds mark beginning of something new?

The new executive overseeing the Kentucky Exposition Center in Louisville said this week that Old Cardinal Stadium should be demolished early next year, but leaders have not yet said what will replace it.

Indiana Governor Announces 2019 Infrastructure Plan

Indiana’s new $1 billion infrastructure investment plan will be used to fund rural internet access improvements and complete major roads projects.

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PennDOT puts out call for P3 proposals

PennDOT officials put out a call for unsolicited proposals for public-private partnerships for transportation and infrastructure projects.

Honolulu Area Rapid Transit seeks P3 for rail project

The Honolulu Authority for Rapid Transportation (HART) and city and county of Honolulu issued a request for proposals (RFP) for a public-private partnership (P3) to help finish the area’s planned 20-mile transit-rail system.

With new P3s, rail CEO promises hundreds of millions of dollars in savings

Hawaii P3s have made the news. In Honolulu, a P3 could save an estimated $300 million over the next 30 years.

South Carolina P3 Makes Economic Case for Broadband

Nearly 12,000 Aiken County, SC residents lack access to even the most basic Internet service. This P3 aims to change those statistics.

Public-private partnerships have been offered as an alternative to bring private capital and fresh ideas to develop public infrastructure.

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Start date 01-04-2018 18:00:05
End date 03-31-2018 23:59:59
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