Overview of Federal Legislation, FAST Act and P3s

George Mason University Center for Transportation Public-Private Partnership Policy's 3rd Annual P3 Forum
04.26.2016
Arlington, VA

The Center for Transportation Public-Private Partnership Policy at the George Mason University School of Policy, Government and International Affairs held their 3rd Annual P3 Forum, "Evidence: P3s and the Evolution of Infrastructure Delivery" at the Founders Hall Auditorium of George Mason University.  The program focused on the Center's new project examining evidence about the strengths and limitations of public-private partnerships for project delivery.  Regional leaders discussed the Purple Line, Interstate 66, and how P3s are figuring in transit projects in the greater Washington metro region.  Shant Boyajian gave a presentation on "Overview of Federal Legislation, FAST Act and P3s."

The Center for Transportation Public-Private Partnership Policy works to advance research, education, and public service in the understanding of public-private partnership policy in the transportation sector.

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