Public-private partnerships (PPPs) can be an effective way to build and implement new infrastructure or to renovate, operate, maintain or manage existing transport infrastructure facilities. In both areas PPPs can be a mutually beneficial way to solve critical transportation problems.
Navigate the following subsections for more information and sample laws and agreements.
Further Reading and Resources
- Public-Private Partnerships for Transport Infrastructure: Renegotiations, How to Approach them and Economic Outcomes. Roundtable Summary and Conclusions by Dejan Makovsek, Stephen Perkins and Bjorn Hasselgren, International Transport Forum at the Organization for Economic Co-Operation and Development (OECD) Discussion Paper No 2014-25, January 2015.
Public-Private Partnerships in Transportation - a Toolkit for Legislators developed by the National Conference of State Legislators (2010 with updates from 2014) - includes links to PPP enabling legislation in the transport sector in different states of the United States.
- Better Regulation of Public-Private Partnerships for Transport Infrastructure (Une Meilleure Réglementation des Partenariats Public-Privé d'Infrastructures de Transport), Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) September 2013 (English and French).
- A Study on Standard Financial Model for BTO Projects on Roads, Railways, and Ports by Ko Hyo Suk Ko, Korea Development Institute (KDI), December 2007, (Korean with table of contents in English).