Maryland Gov. Proposes P3 Weeks After $2 Billion “Purple Line” Rail Deal

Maryland Governor Larry Hogan hopes to increase traffic lanes in the nation’s Capital with a public-private partnerships valued at $9 billion, including express toll lanes on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway.

New Hampshire Mayor Proposes New Commuter Rail at No Cost to City

New commuting options for Nashua, New Hampshire are on the horizon as the mayor creates a proposal to construct a commuter rail line with a private railroad company.

Hurricane Harvey Calls Texas to Partner with Telemedicine Network

Earlier this year, AT&T entered a public-private partnership with federal government’s FirstNet Authority, a nationwide network for first responders.

Rhode Island Partners with Submarine Builder to Create New Jobs

Electric Boat, U.S. Navy submarine designers and builders, plans on providing an additional 3,000 jobs by 2027 with help from Rhode Island governor Gina Raimondo.

Key Leaders Discuss Future of U.S. Infrastructure, P3s

House representatives recently congregated at Texas A&M University to discuss the future of infrastructure in the United States

Idaho to Build New Infrastructure with ‘Unprecedented’ P3

Six organizations are responsible for one of Idaho’s largest public-private partnerships to build infrastructure connecting local towns to the new Northgate community.

Sec. Elaine Chao: Trump Administration Infrastructure Package Expected this Fall

Trump Administration Infrastructure Package Expected this Fall, According to Transportation Secretary

Louisville to Develop $30 Million Indoor Track and Field Facility

A new $30 million world-class indoor track and field facility will be constructed in Louisville’s Russell neighborhood at the 24-acre Heritage West site

Partnership Brings First EMS Broadband Service

Public-private partnerships can help save lives, literally.

Lab Designed for Post-Plastic Innovation the Result of P3 with CSUMB

Full Cycle Bioplastics, a recycling center startup that turns organic waste to recycled products, is in need of a space to “fine-tune commercial prototypes.”