Public Private Partnership Bulletin

April 19, 2005

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1. Private firms looking at tolls to build Virginia highways

Private firms eye highway projects,” The Washington Times, April 10, 2005

2. Federal highway bill may allow more tolls

Highway bill could pave way toward more tolls on interstates,” The Boston Globe, April 10, 2005

3. Fredericksburg PPEA parking deck taking shape

City’s parking garage taking shape quickly,” The Free Lance-Star, April 9, 2005

4. Bedford schools PPEA marches forward

In Bedford, make $40 million work for new JF,” The News & Advance, April 10, 2005

5. Loudoun PPTA for $200 million in road construction announced by developer

Firm Might Build Roads In Loudoun: Construction Conditioned On Land Deal With Developer,” Washington Post, April 13, 2005

6. Are tolls the only option? – Daily Press editorial

Forward to the past,” Daily Press, April 16 2005

7. I-81 opponents gather, Hanger to continue fight

Residents voice opposition to addition of I-81 truck-only lanes,” Bristol Herald Courier, April 17, 2005

Hanger ready to return to senate,” The News Virginian Tuesday, April 19, 2005

8. Clarke County board questions plan, then abandons PPEA approach for schools

Officials Try to Salvage School Plans,” The Winchester Star, April 6, 2005

Clarke Boards Revive Debate on New School,” The Winchester Star, April 19, 2005

9. Stafford School Board member attacked for PPEA advocacy

Belman’s fiscal plans aren’t ‘prudent’ at all,” The Free Lance-Star, April 7, 2005

10. VITA provides update on PPEA review process

Presentation to the Virginia Information Technology Agency regarding the proposed review schedule for the IT infrastructure and business modernization PPEA proposals now under review.