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Using Public-Private Partnerships to Carry Out Highway Projects
Alex van der Hilst (au)
The demands on the network of public highways in the U.S. have increased rapidly since the initial authorization of the Interstate Highway System in 1956. Specifically, the number of vehicle miles traveled has quadrupled, and congestion within the system has grown. Currently, the federal government and state and local governments face calls for more and better highways butconfront budgetary constraints in providing them. Some analysts have suggested that public-private partnerships might supply at least a portion of that capacity by providing additional financing for road projects and improving the efficiency of a highwayäó»s construction and operation over the life of the road. This report assesses the role of public-private partnerships in providing highway infrastructure. In particular, it focuses on whether such partnerships might provide additional financing for highways and build them more quickly or at a lower cost. Figures. This is a print on demand report.
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