Pa. Pedestrian Bridge Seen as Boon for Economy

Pennsylvania took another step this spring toward completing the Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor (DLNHC), a 165-mile trail between Bristol and Wilkes-Barre.

Kentucky Tourism Cabinet Seeks P3 Partner for Horse Park

Kentucky has moved forward with efforts to create a public-private partnership to manage food services and retail operations at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington.

GLI Welcomes Transportation Sec. Chao Next Month

U.S. Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao will speak in Kentucky on July 14, providing an update on transportation issues – particularly as they relate to the business community in Greater Louisville.

Illinois Town Has the Dirt on P3s

An Illinois town is using a public-private partnership to convert a closed landfill into a $3.88 million cross-country course.

P3s Cited as Key to Developing Smart Cities

Forty percent of U.S.-based companies responding to a survey said public-private partnerships would be useful in building “smart cities,” according to a B2B technology report from ABI Research.

State and Two Colleges Partner to Address Physician Shortage

Tennessee is kicking in $750,000 to subsidize a fast track from undergraduate to medical school in a public-private partnership that is the first of its kind in the state.

With Gas Tax Failure, Louisiana Rail Service Will Need P3

Despite the failure of a proposed increase in the gas tax, Louisiana officials remain undaunted in their pursuit of passenger train service between New Orleans and Baton Rouge.

Central Ohio City Will Use P3 to Repurpose Quarry As Park

Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks in Ohio will partner with a private company to develop an old quarry into a park.

Speaker Hoover Announces Working Group on Kentucky’s Transportation Infrastructure

Speaker Jeff Hoover today announced the creation of the Working Group on Kentucky’s Transportation Infrastructure, consisting of nine members from the Kentucky House of Representatives.

Kentucky Transportation Cabinet Releases Long List of Priority Projects

The Kentucky Transportation Cabinet released a list of priority projects that will help guide development of the state’s Highway Plan.