WASHINGTON — The Georgia Department of Transportation is poised to launch a public-private partnership initiative it hopes will encompass 17 projects, including a multimodal passenger terminal in Atlanta, connector highways, toll roads and privatized highway rest stops.

GDOT estimates that projects could range in cost from $150 million to over $1 billion. It announced yesterday that it will pursue only solicited proposals. It will not pursue six unsolicited proposals it received prior to the adoption of a new state transportation law earlier this year.

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