Other Federal Resources
The following federal resources provide valuable information on the burgeoning role of the private sector in transportation infrastructure, specifically, in transit.
FHWA has published a guidebook, User Guidebook on Implementing Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation Infrastructure Projects in the United States (PDF), on implementing public-private partnerships for surface transportation projects, which provides potential users with a comprehensive assessment of public-private partnerships in the U.S., including lessons learned from prior and current PPP projects.
FHWA has a vast library of resources including primers on topic, such as Establishing a Public-Private Partnership and Financial Structuring the Assessments for PPPs, as well as analytical tools, checklists, and FAQs.
EPA Report on Infrastructure Financing for Transit-Oriented Development
This report provides information about funding mechanisms and strategies that communities can use to provide innovative financing options for Transit-Oriented Development (TOD), including Public-Private Partnerships.
Other Federal Reports
The following reports provide valuable information on the burgeoning role of the private sector in transportation infrastructure, specifically, in transit.
- USDOT Report: Innovation Wave — An Update on the Burgeoning Private Sector Role in US Highway and Transit Infrastructure (2008) (PDF)
- USDOT Report: Report to Congress on Public-Private Partnerships (2004) (PDF)
Learn more about Private Sector Participation.