Six Kentucky-based banks have launched a first-of-its kind investment fund to support public-private partnership projects throughout Kentucky. The institutions launching the $150 million Commonwealth Infrastructure Fund are among the largest community banks in the state.
Louisville City FC’s planned soccer stadium project is just the latest example of how public-private partnerships can inject significant capital into Kentucky’s tourism and entertainment industries and create a significant number of jobs and tax dollars for citizens of the Commonwealth.
Drivers describe traffic conditions on the Brent Spence Bridge that spans the Ohio River between Covington, Ky., and Cincinnati, Ohio as a “bottleneck,” a “choke point,” a “source of gridlock” and a variety of other less printable names.
Public-private partnerships provide an option to build and rebuild infrastructure from devastation like recent Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.
Leaders in Louisville are moving forward with an ambitious public-private partnership to develop a $200 million professional soccer stadium and mixed-use business district near the city’s downtown.
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The idea of creating public-private partnerships in Kentucky remains a hot topic across the Commonwealth, and many leaders realize they can use this tool to serve long-term public needs. P3 Kentucky and members of our P3 Kentucky Roundtable continue to field questions about P3s and how they can be used to expand public infrastructure or services. Here are some answers.
The $300 million Indiana Toll Road will be completed ahead of schedule and under-budget thanks for the public-private partnership created prior to its construction.
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The recently announced Denver International Airport (DIA) P3 project is a prime example of how P3s can work. Denver’s City Council approved a P3 deal to help fund a $1.8 billion expansion.