Putting the Public First in Public-Private Partnerships

American Prospect » When the public sector fails to transfer enough risk to private entities or fails in its own oversight obligations, a P3 can suck government – and taxpayers — into a fiasco that costs far more than if the project was delivered through traditional means.

More than 500 bridges in Pa. to be replaced

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette »

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) has released the list of 558 bridges to be replaced under the proposed Rapid Bridge Replacement Public-Private Partnership (P3) contract. The new bridges will all have similar construction standards and be of similar design which should provide additional cost savings. The contract is expected to be awarded in October 2014 with construction to begin in 2015.

2016-11-16T20:38:14-08:00September 22nd, 2014|Pennsylvania, Public-Private Partnerships, Roads, U.S. News|
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