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Governor Schwarzenegger Announces Ambitious Plan to Foster Public-Private Partnerships

Posted in Infrastructure Financing Act, Public-private partnerships

Governor Schwarzenegger recently announced a plan to promote public-private partnerships in order to meet California’s long-term infrastructure needs. (See Los Angeles Times article.) Public-private partnerships are contractual agreements which are formed between public agencies and one or more private companies whereby the private company finances, builds and manages public facilities for a specified period of time.… Continue Reading

Design, build, finance, operate, and maintain project – BART Oakland Airport Connector project

Posted in Alternative Project Delivery Methods, Infrastructure Financing Act On February 13, 2006, the San Francisco Bay Area Rapid Transit District (“BART”) issued an advanced notice of a Request for Qualifications for the design, build, finance, operation and maintenance of a three-mile connector railway between the existing Coliseum BART station to the Oakland International Airport.… Continue Reading