Airports may begin seeking more public-private partnership agreements as financing needs mount and more private investors step forward, market participants said at a panel here last week.

Budgetary pressures on local governments top the list of factors that could motivate more airport authorities to pursue P3s, Brian Chase, an associate specializing in private infrastructure investment at Castalia Advisors, said during a P3 conference hosted by the American Road and Transportation Builders Association last week.

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