Montana is looking to public-private partnerships as a way to fund state parks.
Washington, D.C. was the first to establish a city organization devoted entirely to the creation of public-private partnerships.
President Donald Trump has signed presidential orders that will facilitate public-private partnerships for new rural broadband.
Business in Kentucky is growing and the state’s infrastructure is falling short of meeting economic needs.
More than 18,000 jobs could be created with investment in Kentucky’s airports as the state moves forward to invest in airport facilities.
Louisville’s aging care business generates over $50 billion in revenue, an industry that many overlook when they think about Derby City.
Not all public-private partnerships have to relate to infrastructure. A non-traditional partnership,
Madison County Fiscal Court is moving forward with its effort to create a Healing Center, a county-owned facility to provide comprehensive substance use detox, treatment, and addiction recovery service. This week, the county released a request for proposals seeking ideas from construction firms interested in building a facility for the Healing Center.
Rising transportation needs in Arlington, Texas, the largest city in the U.S. without a comprehensive transportation service, have led to the launch of a new $3 ride-share program with Via Rideshare.
The U.S. Department of Commerce and the First Responder Network Authority (FirstNet) have officially been welcomed into all 50 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands