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Trump Visit Highlights Importance of Infrastructure

President Trump plans to visit Kentucky this week to discuss infrastructure, and there’s no better place to highlight all the elements of the nation’s aging infrastructure than right here in the Bluegrass State. Historically, Kentucky has focused much of its economic development strategy around its location and leveraging the state’s roads, rivers and runways, not to mention low-cost electricity, to attract and retain businesses.

Dallas park built over highway thrives

The five-acre Klyde Warren Park connects two neighborhoods formerly divided by a highway. It boasts a playground, eateries and performance space. Today, Dallas is reaping the benefits from the arrangement, with the value of real estate around the park soaring and the city seeing tax revenue from increased development.

Capital Plaza P3 Project Draws Interest from Kentucky, National Firms

Dozens of firms have expressed interest in the proposed Capital Plaza Tower public-private partnership in Frankfort.

Public, Private Sector Join to Create Hospitality-Office Development – and Jobs

State and local officials expect a P3 development in Marlborough, Mass., to create 1,600 jobs when it opens in October.

P3s Could Surge With Water Infrastructure

America’s aging water infrastructure needs $1 trillion in investment, creating a pipeline for public-private partnerships says a report from Moody’s Investors Service.

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