Public Private Partnership Bulletin

June 3, 2005

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1. Growing traffic calls for innovative solutions from candidates

Tunnel-vision on traffic,” The Virginian-Pilot, May 21, 2005

Desperate Need: Won’t Someone — Anyone — Stop to Study Transportation?Richmond Times-Dispatch, May 24, 2005

2. Senate convenes panel to study transportation issues

Senators aim to formulate 2006 transportation strategy,” The Daily Press, May 25, 2005

3. James City County issues PPEA solicitation for community center

The following is a solicited PPEA from James City County to develop a community center at the New Town site. Some preliminary site engineering and design has already been completed.

Request for Proposals for a Public-Private Partnership for Design and Construction of a Community Building at New Town, James City County, Virginia [PDF document]

4. Hampton Roads transportation woes call for leadership

Elect a board to build roads,” The Virginian-Pilot, May 29, 2005

5. PPTA panned and praised at Senate hearing

Building alliances to build roads,” The Daily Press, May 29, 2005

6. Business leaders decry lack of progress on transportation in 2005 session

The recently concluded session of Virginia’s General Assembly accomplished little to solve our transportation woes,” The Free Lance-Star, June 1, 2005

7. Frederick County moving forward with PPEA discussions for recreational center

Indoor Aquatic Center Talks Move Forward,” The Winchester Star, June 1, 2005

8. Shucet departure brings analysis of PPTA usage

Examiner Editorial – VDOT reforms can’t reach irresponsible legislature,” The Washington Examiner, June 2, 2005

VDOT reforms can’t reach irresponsible legislature,” Bristol Herald Courier June 2, 2005