Two officials from the Commonwealth of Kentucky will take part in a regional discussion about infrastructure needs across the during an upcoming conference in Chicago.
The Kentucky Finance and Administration Cabinet has started a new website for the public-private partnership that will reshape Kentucky’s Capital Plaza area in Frankfort.
Some say that technology is the future, and other say that the future is in the hands of public private partnerships. Pittsburgh has combined the two to advance the city’s growing tech economy.
Transforming cities to create cultural hubs and bustling downtown’s requires collaboration from local businesses and city governments with a common objective: economic prosperity.
While the self-driving car isn’t readily available to consumers on the market, the age of autonomous vehicles and smart cities is upon us.
Affordable housing has become a top priority for the state of Georgia as cities like Atlanta are searching for new ways to fund low-income residences.
Louisville will be the home of 10,000 open tech jobs by 2020, and a new public-private partnership is preparing high school students in the city to be ready for entry-level positions following training.
The state of Texas has agreed to a public-private partnership to create a Capital Complex Master Plan to consolidate most of the state’s agencies in two buildings.
The Minnesota Department of Agriculture recently entered a first-of-its-kind public-private partnership to improve water quality in Southern Minnesota, putting farmers in control of their conservation practices.
The Kentucky Department of Transportation 2018 road plan recently released reveals over $1 billion in funding being distributed to projects across the Commonwealth to repair roads and bridges in the FY 2018-FY 2020.