Public Private Partnership Bulletin

June 23, 2005

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1. Detailed PPTA proposals for 95 HOT Lanes projects sent to VDOT

Two HOT lane proposals outlined,” The Free Lance-Star, June 4, 2005

New HOT lanes proposed,” Potomac News, June 4, 2005

HOT lanes proposed along I-95,”, June 7, 2005

Detailed proposals and the proposed review process from the VDOT website: I-95 / 395 HOT Lanes PPTA

2. Virginia Beach considers partnership for new convention center hotel

Virginia Beach discussing convention center hotel,” The Virginian-Pilot, June 6, 2005

3. Caution urged on Virginia Beach hotel partnership

After Beach’s 31st Street giveaway, we gotta chill,” The Virginian-Pilot, June 9, 2005

4. Frederick County reviewing PPEA for pool and recreational complex

Frederick Closer to Naming Contractor for Indoor Pool,” The Winchester Star, Thursday, June 9, 2005 


5. Bedford PPEA process for Jefferson Forest High School inches forward

School Board and Supervisors discuss JF,” Bedford Bulletin, June 8, 2005

Vote on JF possible,” The News & Advance, June 22, 2005

6. Hampton Roads continues struggle with transportation needs

The us and them of highway politics,” The Virginian-Pilot, June 8, 2005

7. George Mason posts PPEA proposals for hotel-conference center

George Mason University unsolicited proposals [Word document]

8. Howell outlines vision for transportation policy

Options discussed on roads,” The Free Lance-Star, June 15, 2005

9. Hampton Roads looking to tolls to solve transportation woes

Funds needed to drive road work,” The Virginian-Pilot, June 16, 2005

10. Buchanan County receives PPEA proposal for new school

County gets bid to build new high school,” The Coalfield Progress, June 15, 2005

11. Partnerships under evaluation for Hampton Roads tunnels

Congestion takes its toll,” Daily Press, June 17, 2005

12. Winchester area considers PPEA for jail expansion

Overcrowding Plagues Regional Jail,” The Winchester Star, June 17, 2005

13. Clarke County continues debate over school needs 

Panel: Clarke Boards Should Seek School Agreement Quickly,” The Winchester Star, June 17, 2005

Clarke School Board to Pursue Public-Private Bids,” The Winchester Star, June 21, 2005

14. HOT lanes analyzed as transportation solution 

New HOT Lanes Could Imperil Carpool Practice,” Washington Post, June 20, 2005

Lessons of Calif.’s Toll Lanes,” Washington Post, June 20, 2005

15. Loudoun pans PPEA proposal for schools

Board Skeptical About Builders’ School Savings Pitch,” Leesburg Today, June 22, 2005

16. Alexandria moves forward with T.C. Williams replacement

The following is a link to the website that Alexandria has posted to track the progress of the replacement for T.C. Williams High School which is being done through the PPEA: T.C. Williams Construction Updates