WASHINGTON — Virginia is continuing its push to be the leading public-private partnership state, opening one of the east coast's most bustling travel corridors to private sector involvement a day after a major infrastructure firm announced it has moved its U.S. headquarters to the commonwealth.

Virginia's Office of Transportation Public Private Partnerships has issued a request for information seeking private sector input on approaches the Virginia Department of Transportation could use to finance transportation improvements on a 25-mile stretch of Interstate 66 in Northern Virginia.

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