CONSISTENTLY DELIVERS

Aug 27, 2012

Public Private Partnerships Bulletin

 

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1.  Virginia signs agreement for 95 HOT Lanes (4 articles, 1 link)

Click here for Governor McDonnell's press release.

Virginia sets nearly $1 billion project on I-95

Richmond Times-Dispatch

HOT Lanes work ready to begin

The Free Lance-Star

HOT Stuff

The Free Lance-Star

Transportation: Hot in NOVA

Richmond Times-Dispatch

2.  Toll debate in Virginia continues (3 articles)

More tolls, more opposition

Virginian-Pilot 

Schapiro: Virginia's taxing bottom line on tolls

Richmond Times-Dispatch

Tolls: Mr. Inefficiency

Richmond Times-Dispatch

3.  Opposition grows to tolling I-95 south of Richmond (3 articles)

Opposition to I-95 toll plan continues to rise

Richmond Times-Dispatch

Leaders of localities gather to protest plan to put tolls on I-95

Richmond Times-Dispatch

Opposition grows to I-95 toll proposal

Progress-Index

4.  Norfolk School Board hears presentation on PPEA (1 article, 1 attachment)

Attached at the bottom of this page is a presentation on PPEA to the Norfolk School Board. The presentation is in reaction to a concept filed by Ballard Construction which was covered in the last Bulletin. An editorial about the proposal is here.

Promising proposal for school building

Virginian-Pilot

5.  Austin makes move on courthouse PPPB (2 articles)

Committee recommends private partnership to build courthouse downtown

The Austin American-Statesman

Majority of Travis County commissioners said they want voters to decide on downtown courthouse project

The Austin American-Statesman

6.  Transurban problems on Pocahontas Parkway increase

7.  Proposals emerge to take over Virginia ports (3 articles)

Two more companies offer to take over port

Virginian-Pilot

State to consider proposals to operate Virginia port

Richmond Times-Dispatch

Two shippers rescind opposition to APM bid

Virginian-Pilot

8.  Virginia seeks to move toll lawsuit to federal court

9.  VDOT advancing study on I-81 widening

10.  Developers submit PPP for Austin redevelopment

11.  Poll show broad support for Florida PPP

Click here for a recent poll of Florida voters showing strong support for PPP legislation. In 2012, legislation was introduced by failed to pass.