Pennsylvania lawmakers are working on legislation that would enable public-private-partnerships to help finance transportation infrastructure needs throughout the state.

The measure would allow the state and its public entities to enter into P3s with developers to design, build, and maintain new infrastructure and facilities and to also lease existing transportation structures through long-term concession agreements, said Sen. John Rafferty, R-Chester, sponsor of SB 344.

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