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Virginia Opens $950 Million I-95 P3 Lanes
Private investors will begin collecting tolls soon on new interstate express lanes in Virginia built and operated under a P3 agreement through 2087.
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Spending on fuel for cars and trucks in 2015 is expected to reach the lowest level in 11 years due to falling pump prices and more efficient engines, according to the Energy Information Administration. more »
Moody's raises its outlook for U.S. airports to positive as economic growth boosts passenger loads. more »
New York's MTA seeks up to $300 million in federal funding for infrastructure improvements for the L subway line to account for a spike in ridership. more »
The federal government has given Illinois and Indiana the go ahead to advance plans for a more than $1 billion bistate toll road both states hope to build with financing from a public-private partnership. more »
Falling crude prices may make an increase in the federal gasoline tax more politically palatable. more »
Governments should invest $163 billion a year in infrastructure to keep pace with growing transportation needs, new study finds. more »
Maryland will delay bidding for two months on its $2.45 billion Purple Line P3 project so new governor can review. more »
Transportation infrastructure construction will grow slightly faster than the rest of the economy in 2015, according to highway construction group. more »
Municipal issuers' financial challenges are preventing them from issuing more bonds to take advantage of low interest rates, Virginia Treasurer Manju Ganeriwala said here on Thursday. more »
Local water utility executives say they face funding pressures in upgrading treatment systems with limited financial resources. more »
Oregon must invest more in its transportation needs or face bigger bills down the road, Oregon DOT says. more »
Pennsylvania is seeking qualified companies to join a public-private partnership to fund and operate transit bus natural gas-fueling facilities. more »
Upgrading regional freight infrastructure would provide economic benefits, according to report from Brookings and JPMorgan Chase. more »

As it steps up its efforts to police the municipal securities market, the regulator is turning to potentially career ending sanctions for municipal officials.

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