Feb 2, 2009
Public Private Partnerships Bulletin
1. VDOT advances 460 PPTA consideration to next phase
2. SPSA woes continue, PPEA part of consideration
3. Toll debate for Triangle Expressway continues
4. New Jersey considers PPP for college projects
5. Report issued on size of global infrastructure fund market (1 link)
Recent report on the scope of private funds available for infrastructure investment and how such funds could be used to leverage additional benefits coming from the federal stimulus package.
6. Midtown Tunnel PPTA tolls questions, project endorsed
7. Land deal may advance light rail extension to Virginia Beach
8. KPMG issues report on infrastructure views (1 link)
This link is to a very interesting report recently issued by KPMG on executive views about the need for infrastructure spending.
9. ODU study finds extra HRBT lanes help
10. Jordan Bridge plans advance in Chesapeake (3 articles)
Chesapeake officials support toll span for Jordan Bridge
Chesapeake approves plan to replace Jordan Bridge
Chesapeake embraces a private roads fix
11. Embrace of toll roads questioned
12. Arizona considers alternatives for PPP legislation (1 attachment at bottom)
Attached at the bottom of this bulletin are recent presentations from an Associated General Contractors conference in Phoenix, AZ, including a presentation about PPP legislation and projects in Arizona.
13. Legislation may pave way for PPEA for landfill gas efforts
14. Fredericksburg toll road goal of Orrock legislation
15. Zachry presents on advantages and pitfalls of PPP (1 attachment at bottom)
Attached at the bottom of this bulletin are recent presentations from an Associated General Contractors conference in Phoenix, AZ, including a presentation from Zachry Construction about its PPP experiences in Texas.
16. PPP seen as partial answer to meet Fairfax school needs
17. Cape Charles rejects PPEA for regional water and wastewater system
18. JLARC presents further analysis of VITA PPEA (1 link)
Recent report from the Joint Legislative Audit and Review Commission on the VITA PPEA projects.