Amendment to P3 Georgia Law May Bring Broadband to Underserved Counties

The state of Georgia may be expanding high-speed broadband to rural areas through a public-private partnership.

Pennsylvania’s Rapid Bridge Replacement Project Restores Local Bridge through P3

A public-private partnership between the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Plenary Walsh Keystone Partners to renovate a bridge in Pennsylvania’s Snyder County will begin in September 2017.

P3 Created Following Fatal Crash on Detroit’s I-96 Median

A fatality on I-96 in Detroit has led to the creation of a public-private partnership to install cable barriers along the median where the crash occurred.

NASA, Boeing and SpaceX Form P3 to Send Astronauts to International Space Station

NASA will soon be able to send astronauts to the International Space Station from U.S. soil following a public-private partnership between NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Boeing and SpaceX.

Utah Considers Asset Recycling to Supplement Dwindling Fuel Tax Funds for Infrastructure

The state of Utah can no longer rely on gas taxes to fund statewide infrastructure, leading lawmakers to explore public-private partnerships as a solution for economic development.

First Uber Partnership with Public Transportation Launches in Central Florida

The ridesharing app Uber has partnered with five cities in the central Florida in a private partnership designed to increase resident mobility.

U.S. Air Force, Commercial Airlines Could Look to Public, Private Partnerships to Retain Pilots

Public-private partnerships could be the answer to the U.S. Air Force and commercial airlines pilot shortages, according the U.S. Air Force Major General Tommy K. Williams (’81 PC).

P3 Helps Fund Largest Student-Development Project in the United States

The largest student-development housing development in the United States has been completed on the campus of Texas A&M University.

Maryland’s Purple Line P3 Project Spared from Federal Funding Transit Cuts

The Trump administration hopes to use the Maryland Purple Line as a model for future public-private partnerships after funding the $900 million project in August 2017.

California Partnership will Protect Wildlife and Public Lands

A public-private partnerships has been created in California to protect that state’s wildlife and public lands from forest fires.