Lawmakers Mull Funding of Roadways, P3s Get Consideration

Daily Journal

This article discusses California’s transportation needs and the prospect of using public-private partnerships as a means of closing the funding gap.

Infrastructure Practice Group Leader, Geoff Yarema, testified before the California Senate Transportation Committee in January 2007. Journalist Max Follmer notes, Despite the state's limited experience with public-private partnerships in road construction, California-based Nossaman Guthner Knox & Elliott has carved out a niche as the leading legal adviser to states looking to implement the agreements.

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