Task force considering new revenue models for transportation infrastructure

Deseret News » Utah lawmakers are trying to account for potential public-private partnerships (P3s) and new energy-efficient vehicles as they plan for the state’s future transportation infrastructure and maintenance needs. One option under consideration: “asset recycling.” The program allows states to sell or lease revenue-generating, publicly owned assets to the private sector, which would then take over the maintenance costs and make payments to the states.

2017-10-23T08:32:58-08:00August 23rd, 2017|Public-Private Partnerships, Roads, Utah|
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