Public-Private Partnerships Characteristics and Issues
Date published: Nov 26, 2004
Survey consists of responses from 10 U.S. states that have enacted legislation to allow public-private partnerships in transportation. Questions/topics include:
- Organization responding to survey
- Name of legislation that allows PPPs
- What does this legislation allow in terms of PPP projects?
- When was the legislation passed?
- Which agency or agencies administer your PPP transportation program?
- Does your PPP program allow unsolicited proposals?
- How many projects have been completed or are underway as part of your PPP program, and what is the total value of these projects?
- How many of these projects are serving metropolitan areas (not rural)?
- Have your received any proposals under your PPP program for HOT lanes? If so where are these HOT projects located?
- Which contracting approaches are acceptable under your PPP program?
- Which contracting approaches have been used for completed projects or projects that are underway under your PPP program?
- Which types of projects are allowed under your PPP program?
- Which types of projects are underway under your PPP program?
- Which revenue sources are allowed for under your PPP program?
- What criteria do you use to select project for your PPP program for which you solicited proposals?
- What criteria are used to evaluate your unsolicited PPP proposals?
- Do local jurisdictions affected by a PPP project have veto power to possibly end such a proposed PPP project?
- What do you consider to be the best aspects of your PPP program?
- What do you consider to be the worst aspects of your PPP program?
- What advice would you give to a transportation agency that is planning to administer a PPP transportation program?
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