Using Pennsylvania as a case study, presents critical issues in considering public-private partnerships to fund transportation infrastructure. Discusses the needs assessment, the bidding process, financial assumptions, and oversight, among other topics.
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Title: Driven by Dollars: What States Should Know When Considering Public-Private Partnerships to Fund Transportation
Publication date 2009-03-24
Publication Year 2009
Pew Center on the States
North America / United States
, North America / United States (Northeastern) / Pennsylvania
, public private partnerships
, pew center
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