The Californian State Legislature passed a historic bill in April to raise California gas taxes by $0.12 in an attempt to raise as much as $52 billion towards repairing the state's infrastructure over the next decade
In the past few weeks, the federal government of Canada has announced a couple of senior appointments for the, yet-to-be formally launched, Canada Infrastructure Bank, signalling its commitment to bringing the bank into existence
President-elect Trump’s friendly stance toward oil and gas production in the US DOE Secretary Rick Perry’s status as an ETP board member may not be enough to save the most controversial pipeline project in North America since Keystone XL
For the first time since the signing of its Public-Private Partnership Act in December 2014, Washington, DC has unveiled a potential pipeline of infrastructure projects it wants to develop in partnership with the private sector
Kentucky's senate recently passed House Bill 309, more commonly referred to as the PPP bill. It should provide a framework for the use of public-private partnerships as a financing tool for developing new infrastructure across the state
Sponsors of power plants in 14 eastern US states may reap a combined $4 billion in increased revenues over the next three years, under rules that the US Federal Regulatory Commission (FERC) approved this month
Even though the US government has introduced various new loan programmes to support water infrastructure financing recently, ongoing projects continue to rely on the existing municipal or tax-exempt bond market
Days away from allowing the US federal Highway Trust Fund to reach insolvency, Congress finally approved $10.8 billion in funding to the scheme. But the congressional bill is a short-term remedy and raises larger questions around the lack of long-term infrastructure funding in the US
While Kentucky’s PPP enabling legislation might still be a few miles from execution, overall an increasing number of US states have recognized and accepted the model in recent years. But can there be a nationwide standardisation of the model?
The US P3 market for social infrastructure has come to a cross roads, as local and state government officials wrestle with a choice between a traditional P3 procurement or engaging in a real estate development deal
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