Public Private Partnerships BulletinJanuary 18, 2008
1. Conservationists still fear I-81 widening
2. Infrastructure coalition urges Virginia legislature to support PPTA
As The General Assembly Goes Back To Work, New Coalition Launches Push To Promote Private Investment In Virginia’s Roads, Highways And Bridges
3. Loudoun County narrows government offices PPEA to 3 firms
Board Cuts Government Center Options To Three
4. South Carolina seeks firms to redevelop Columbia mental health campus
RFP from the South Carolina Department of Commerce seeking brokers to help market the downtown administrative campus of the state's mental health agency.
5. Auditor of Public Accounts reports on IT PPEA
6. More PPEA and PPTA bills introduced in 2008 General Assembly
The following links are to PPEA and PPTA related bills filed this week in the Virginia General Assembly.
7. I-81 PPTA collapses after 6 years
Interstate 81 project falls through
Lack of funding halts I-81 expansion in Virginia
State and builders part ways over I-81
Update of I-81 hits a bump
Negotiations For I-81 Improvements End
Local representatives content with halt of 1-81 widening plan
8. Chesapeake receives PPEA for new sewer connections
PPEA notice from the City of Chesapeake to construct a sewer system for an established residential neighborhood.
9. Dulles Rail PPTA faces FTA scrutiny
Federal Qualms Leave Dulles Rail at Risk
10. 95 HOT lanes keeps skeptics
Nichols' bill would stop HOT lanes
Commuters cool to HOT lanes
Recent presentation by the Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation related to the 95 HOT Lanes project and the funds it could provide for transit uses in the corridor.
11. Virginia receives PPEA for health insurance assistance
Notice from the Virginia Department of Human Resources Management for a proposal related to the state employee health insurance plan.
12. Hampton Roads begins toll study for area projects
Study may determine whether the region will see more tolls
13. Corzine to release toll study
Corzine to release the secret study behind his toll-increase plan
14. Loudoun Board rejects Greenway toll legislation
Supervisors Reject Delegate's Greenway Bill