Md. County Pushes Ahead for Unique Storm Water P3
Prince George's County, Md., signed 30-year P3 pact with Corvias for management of storm water runoff into Chesapeake Bay.
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Northern Virginia Transportation Authority will sell $69 million of revenue bonds to finance regional transportation infrastructure. more »
President Obama is pushing for Congress to take up his proposed $302 billion, four-year Grow America Act before the extension of the Highway Trust Fund expires in May, a top Transportation Department official said Tuesday at The Bond Buyer's Transportation Finance/P3 Conference. more »
High speed rail in the U.S. is stymied by a lack of political will and no dedicated funding. more »
The failure of Congress to agree on sustainable, long-term federal transportation funding is leading to more local solutions. more »
Virginia Transportation Secretary Aubrey Layne says new P3 rules remove the mystery from the selection process. more »
The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority approves a $1 billion capital construction program at Reagan National Airport. more »
Virginia's Commonwealth Transportation Board tightens the rules on how the state deals with public-private partnerships. more »
An influential Chicago area planning agency will press state lawmakers to establish a regional infrastructure fund supported by a quarter-cent sales tax increase with its eye on financing transportation, water, and open space projects. more »
More investment is needed in U.S. transportation infrastructure to ensure all systems are connected to each other, Vice President Joe Biden said Wednesday. more »
Virginia lawmakers likely will reverse a plan to kill a $50 million transfer to the state's transportation fund that imperiled a proposed $100 million road bond issue. more »
Arkansas' $206.5 million federal highway grant anticipation and tax revenue bonds with final maturities of 2026 drew a true interest cost of 2.0858% in a competitive sale won by Citigroup. more »
California local streets and roads will continue to deteriorate unless additional funding can be found, according to recent statewide condition report. more »
Fate of Maryland's $2.45 billion Purple Line light rail P3 is in the hands of Gov.-Elect Larry Hogan, an avowed foe of transit projects. more »

The Allen Park, Mich., case marks the first time a city official has been charged on the theory that he "controlled" the persons who committed the primary securities law violations, even though he isn't alleged to have participated or even known of the conduct at issue.

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