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Miami Light Rail System May Become A Signature P3

Plans of New Passenger Rail Link from Miami-to-Miami Beach - On several occasions we have written about transportation public-private partnerships in the Miami area. These have included posts on red-light cameras,...more

Indiana Achieves Commercial Close on its Second Availability Payment P3

Indiana closed its second availability payment-based P3 project, the I-69 Section 5 project. "Section 5" is the fifth of six planned sections to link Evansville, Indiana with Indianapolis. The RFQ for Section 5 was...more

Lehigh County Authority and City of Allentown: A Public-Public Partnership

With the number of municipalities in the United States facing budget pressures, it has become increasingly popular to consider addressing these issues by monetizing municipal assets through a sale or long-term lease in...more

P3 101— Is Your Local Legal Team Ready to Help on a P3 Project?

For many U.S. construction businesses, the term “P3” may conjure images of “the big catch”—much discussed but rarely seen, at least not at your fishing hole. While the public-private partnership model has long been used in...more

Congressional Panel Explores Industry's Views on Public-Private Partnerships

On Wednesday, March 5, the House Transportation and Infrastructure Special Panel on Public-Private Partnerships held a hearing entitled "Overview of Public-Private Partnerships for Highway and Transit Projects" to review the...more

4 Key Questions For Evaluating PPP Opportunities

Public-private partnerships are all the rage, as governments seek new ways to deliver public infrastructure, facilities and services in the face of daunting budget limitations and doubts about older procurement modes. PPP...more

White House Backs the $2.2 Billion Purple Line

On Tuesday, March 4th federal officials recommended the Maryland Transit Administration’s Purple Line Public-Private Partnership Project ("Purple Line") to receive $100 million in federal construction money as part of the...more

Best Practices for Public-Private Partnerships

Public-private partnerships (“P3s”) for public infrastructure are likely to become more prevalent due to necessity if nothing else. In anticipation of this uptick in P3s, this article examines “best practices” for public...more

Miami-Dade Mayor Emphasizes The Importance Of P3s

During his State of the County Address this week, Miami-Dade Mayor Carlos Gimenez emphasized the importance of following the national trend of increasing public-private partnerships (P3s) to “tackle the urgent challenge of...more

Public-Private Partnership Bill Passes Georgia Senate to Pave Way for Widespread P3 in Georgia

Georgia may soon join the growing ranks of states with broad enabling legislation for all forms of public-private partnerships (or P3). Senate Bill 255 (2013) passed the Georgia State Senate on Monday, February 24, 2014, by a...more

P3 For Soccer Stadium Shouldn’t Be Ruled Out

The arrival of David Beckham in Miami has incited a new kind of soccer fever in the city known to frequent soccer games in crowds of over 70,000. Most newsworthy right now is the talk of building a soccer stadium in Miami....more

USDOT Official Comments on P3s

Victor Mendez, Acting Deputy Secretary at the U.S. Department of Transportation, participated this morning in a Bloomberg Government panel entitled “America on the Move: Investing in U.S. Infrastructure.” In a wide-ranging...more

More Transportation P3s On The Horizon In South Florida And Nationally

We have written frequently about the potential for new transportation-related public-private partnerships (P3s). Recent posts on the topic have discussed Amtrak, UniversityCity at FIU, and PortMiami, among other area...more

ABA's Forum on Construction Industry 2013 Fall Meeting Focuses on P3s

This past September, the American Bar Association’s Forum on the Construction Industry held its annual Fall Meeting in Washington D.C. The program covered a wide range of issues concerning the present and future of...more

Public-Private Partnerships in California - Part II

Current funding levels for public infrastructure in the United States are inadequate. Existing infrastructure is crumbling due to long-deferred maintenance and new infrastructure needed by the public is not being built. ...more

Congressional "P3 Caucus" Holds First Public Meeting

The Congressional Public Private Partnerships (P3) Caucus held its first public event on Tuesday, November 19 in the Cannon House Office Building. Co-chairs Reps. Mike Rogers (R-AL) and Gerald Connolly (D-VA) were joined by...more

Public Private Partnerships: From Economic Development to Local-Serving Infrastructure Procurement

In This Presentation: Public Private Partnership Opportunities: - Public Assistance into Private Projects • Economic Development/Redevelopment • Land Use/Zoning • Real Estate Assets/Long Range Property...more

Pennsylvania Seeks To Expand P3s to Local Governments and School Districts

In 2012, Pennsylvania joined the growing list of states with legislation authorizing public-private partnership (P3) projects. Pennsylvania’s P3 legislation related specifically to transportation projects. Recently,...more

Opportunities For Public-Private Partnerships Continue To Expand

We have on several occasions discussed the major infrastructure projects currently under construction at PortMiami, and how the port is a prime location for public-private partnerships (P3s) in the coming years. ...more

Indiana Finance Authority issues the Request for Proposals for the I-69 Section 5 Project

Continuing Indiana’s successful employment of availability payment model public-private partnership (“P3”) concessions, the Indiana Finance Authority (“IFA”) issued its second P3 Request for Proposals (“RFP”) to proposers...more

PennDOT Is Looking For Proposals Benefiting the Department And Is Seeking Private Partners On Transportation Projects

Between October 1, 2013 and October 31, 2013, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) will accept unsolicited proposals for improvements to Pennsylvania’s transportation infrastructure and facilities. PennDOT...more

ADOT Executes First P3 Agreement

The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) and Infrastructure Corporation of America (ICA) have entered into a concession agreement under which ICA will operate and maintain ADOT’s 14 highway rest areas. The concession...more

Trends In Social Infrastructure

FEDERAL, state and local budgets are in disarray in the United States. Funding at all levels is challenged, if not essentially unavailable, further exacerbated with political polarization in full swing. At the same time, in...more

Details that Matter – Personnel Changes in CPSC’s Offices of Compliance & Global Outreach

CPSC’s longtime Deputy Director of Compliance & Field Operations, Marc Schoem, is now leading the agency’s Office of Education, Global Outreach, and Small Business Ombudsman. Marc began a detail as the Director of the office...more

Congressional Caucus on Public-Private Partnerships Launched

Before departing Washington, DC for the traditional August Congressional recess, Congressmen Mike Rogers (R-AL-3) and Gerry Connolly (D-VA-11) announced that they are forming the Congressional Caucus on Public-Private...more

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