The Alabama Department of Transportation is entering the world of public-private partnerships for the first time.
Flood damage to a home can be devastating, especially for affordable housing tenants.
The Smithsonian National Zoological Park has administered a request for proposals (RFP) to four teams for their Central Parking Facility P3 Project.
Fixing infrastructure when it breaks is a thing of the past. Today, sustainable infrastructure needs to become the new norm as the nation’s $3.6 trillion infrastructure repair costs continue to climb.
Congress is backing public-private partnerships when it comes to public housing authorities, a movement that began in 2012 when the Department of Housing and Urban Development launched the Rental Assistance Demonstration program.
Residents of Kansas City have voted in favor of building a new single terminal at the international airport under a public-private partnership.
A $3.6 trillion infrastructure bill, climate change and new economic and social challenges are solidifying the role of public-private partnerships in the U.S., according to a recent report released by Veolia North America and the Wharton School’s Initiative for Global Environmental Leaderships (IGEL).
Spartanburg, South Carolina is reaping the rewards of private investment in community-wide projects.
The era of self-driving cars is closer than we may think. Students at Carnegie Mellon University are proposing a plan to help underserved communities in Pittsburgh enter the workforce through reliable, self-driving forms of transportation.
The University of Kentucky wants to aid small specialty crop farmers and the local food economy grow, and a partnership with the Kentucky Horticultural Council and the United States Department of Agriculture Food Safety Outreach Program grant is going to help.