WASHINGTON — Increased reliance on public-private partnerships to fund construction of roads, rail, water, sewers, public buildings and other projects could save Maryland millions of dollars annually and create thousands of jobs, according to a state legislative commission report.

The Joint Legislative and Executive Commission on Oversight of Public-Private Partnerships presented its report to the General Assembly Tuesday. It analyzes Maryland’s infrastructure needs, recommends how to structure P3s and projected how their use can benefit the state.

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