Public-Private Partnership Toll Concessions Model Contract Guide

On July 17, 2014, the Build America Investment Initiative was implemented as a government-wide effort to increase infrastructure investment and economic growth. As part of that effort, the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) established the Build America Transportation Investment Center (BATIC). The BATIC helped public and private project sponsors better understand and utilize public-private partnerships (P3s) and provided assistance to sponsors seeking to navigate the regulatory and credit processes and programs within the Department.

A new route to development: Senegal's toll highway PPP, 2003-2013

By the early 2000s, traffic in Senegal’s capital city of Dakar had become unbearable. A skyrocketing number of vehicles strained the city’s infrastructure, and traffic jams choked not only the major road into and out of town but also the region’s economic growth. A new highway that would ease road congestion had been planned decades earlier but had been shelved because of the cost, complexity, and difficulty of financing. Abdoulaye Wade, elected president in 2000, sought a new solution: a public–private partnership.

Dynamic Toll Lane: A Success Story as Part of the of Public Private Partnerships in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico

The Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, a territory not incorporated of the United States, through the Puerto Rico Highway and Transportation Authority (PRHTA) and Autopistas Metropolitanas of Puerto Rico, LLC established the first highway public-private partnership (PPP) in the island under Act No. 29 of June 8, 2009, known as the Puerto Rico Public-Private Alliance Law.

Public Private Partnership Models for Development of Sustainable Urban Transport Systems

Urban transport is a critical component of urban infrastructure and the lifeline of a city. A well- developed and planned transportation system is integral to the development of social activity and accelerates economic growth. With the burgeoning rate of population and expanding urbanization, requirement of urban transport infrastructure and associated funding needs are growing at rapid pace, resulting in an ever increasing gap between supply and demand.

Review of Maritime Transport

The year 2015 is a milestone for sustainable development. The international community has a unique opportunity to strengthen its commitment to sustainable development and consider how best to mainstream sustainability principles across all economic activities and sectors, including maritime transport.

Public-Private Partnership and Infrastructural Development in Nigeria: The Rail Transportation Sector in Focus

The global movement for the transformation of governance has brought about sundry innovations in public administration. One of such innovations is the Public-Private Partnership (PPP), which is fast becoming an attractive menu in the list of global best practices. The initiative recognises the potency of the private sector in the good governance project, and therefore seeks to encourage the synergy between the private sector and the public sector for improved service delivery.

A Desert Oasis: The Rebirth of Queen Alia International Airport, Jordan

Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA) has been Jordan’s principal domestic and international airport since it was built in 1983, handling more than 97% of the country’s air traffic. But QAIA was built at a time when air traffic and passenger numbers were low and sustained growth of 7% per year since 2000 meant the airport could simply not meet the demand. So in 2007, the government looked to partner with the private sector to expand and rehabilitate the airport, including constructing a new 900,000-square foot terminal, and asked IFC for help.