Central Oregon Streamlines Internship Program for Young People

Preparing students for a successful transition into the workforce is an ongoing challenge, but Central Oregon has a plan to bring meaningful work experience to young people with a 50 member public-private partnership.

Speeding Up Infrastructure Projects with a P3

New Los Angeles County transit lines are expected to open sooner rather than later.

Hurricane Harvey Response May Come Through Public-Private Partnerships

The key to rebuilding Houston after Hurricane Harvey may reside within a public-private partnership.

Missouri High-Speed Hyperloop May Benefit Millions

A new public-private partnership may lead to the development of a Missouri Hyperloop that reach approximately five million people.

L.A. Transit Agency Now in Housing Business, Thanks to P3

Los Angeles’ transit agency is in business with more than just bus and metro lines.

Rise of Telemedicine Reliant on Public-Private Partnerships

Telemedicine, the use of information technology to provide healthcare remotely, has become a challenge when reaching poor communities across the globe.

Maryland Gov. Proposes P3 Weeks After $2 Billion “Purple Line” Rail Deal

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan hopes to increase traffic lanes in the nation’s Capital with a public-private partnerships valued at $9 billion, including express toll lanes on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.

New Hampshire Mayor Proposes New Commuter Rail at No Cost to City

New commuting options for Nashua, New Hampshire are on the horizon as the mayor creates a proposal to construct a commuter rail line with a private railroad company.

Hurricane Harvey Calls Texas to Partner with Telemedicine Network

Earlier this year, AT&T entered a public-private partnership with federal government’s FirstNet Authority, a nationwide network for first responders.

Rhode Island Partners with Submarine Builder to Create New Jobs

Electric Boat, U.S. Navy submarine designers and builders, plans on providing an additional 3,000 jobs by 2027 with help from Rhode Island governor Gina Raimondo.