Editorial Blog

19 January 2018 - Still banging that drum

P3 remains high on the agenda in Washington, but this week’s global events are a reminder of how the case needs to be continually made Comments: 0Read more...

5 January 2018 - New York, New Year

Governor Andrew Cuomo's acknowledgement of P3s is a positive start to the year, not just for the state but investors too Comments: 0Read more...

19 December 2017 - Near miss

The fuss around private activity bonds (PABs) in the federal tax bill shows that the work on educating lawmakers on P3s is far from done Comments: 0Read more...

1 December 2017 - A matter of trust

Chicago is finally stepping up to the P3 plate Comments: 0Read more...

16 November 2017 - Learning the lessons

Taking experience from around the world was a key part of the Canadian Council of PPPs’ annual conference Comments: 0Read more...

27 October 2017 - Build them up, knock them down

The departure of Martin Klepper from the Build America Bureau leaves lingering questions around the future of the agency Comments: 0Read more...

20 October 2017 - From the ground up

P3 has a role to play in addressing the destruction caused by the recent spate of hurricanes that tore through parts of the US, but are investors ready to take the plunge? Comments: 0Read more...

13 October 2017 - Ups and downs

The LatAm region is still battling hard to develop its P3 pipelines, despite ongoing issues in some key countries Comments: 0Read more...

25 September 2017 - Court in the act

The impressive response to the Howard County Circuit Courthouse project in Maryland highlights the appetite for social deals, despite the ongoing struggle for growth in the sector Comments: 0Read more...

8 September 2017 - Too Far to go

The halting of the Fargo Moorhead P3 is a blow for the advancement of federal projects in the US Comments: 0Read more...

1 September 2017 - Air space

The airport space is going from strength to strength Comments: 0Read more...

18 August 2017 - Master of ton

Infrastructure Ontario’s varied pipeline is keeping the market interested Comments: 0Read more...

11 August 2017 - Learning curve

The potential for a real university P3 pipeline is taking shape across the US Comments: 0Read more...

4 August 2017 - Shadow play

The latest fallout from the Odebrecht scandal could ultimately cast a dark shadow over the whole Latin American pipeline. Comments: 0Read more...

21 July 2017 - New vision

The latest $10bn plans mean JFK could become the industry’s new LaGuardia Comments: 0Read more...

7 July 2017 - Week in, week out

The recent lawsuit filed against the LAX transportation plan could set a worrying precedent with the Purple Line also looming Comments: 0Read more...

23 June 2017 - More than just roads

Transportation was once the only option for P3 in the US, but the country is slowly developing a much more diverse pipeline Comments: 0Read more...

16 June 2017 - Road to nowhere

Transportation is not the only area that needs increased federal support Comments: 0Read more...

9 June 2017 - Call for action

Initial enthusiasm for President Donald Trump's infrastructure plan is slowly morphing into frustration among sections of the market Comments: 0Read more...

2 June 2017 - Slamming on the brakes

The latest blow to Maryland’s Purple Line project throws up the same old questions for US infrastructure Comments: 0Read more...

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Still banging that drum

P3 remains high on the agenda in Washington, but this week’s global events are a reminder of how the case needs to be continually made

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On Good Authority

Puerto Rico P3 Authority director Omar Marrero speaks to Marina Formoso at P3 Hub LatAm about how the island is fighting hard to overcome adversity with an exciting new pipeline

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