Public Private Partnership Bulletin

August 5, 2005

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1. Dulles Toll Road concession plan draws skeptics

Dulles Toll Road bid dead on arrival,” TOLLROADSnews, July 29, 2005

$1 Billion in Questions,” Washington Post, July 30, 2005

Private bids to run toll road filed; more to come”,  August 2, 2005

The Forum: Questions arise about the sale of the Dulles Toll Road,” Gainesville Times, August 5, 2005

2. Corps findings spell trouble for Southeastern Parkway

Southeastern Parkway and Greenbelt project under fire – again,” The Virginian-Pilot, July 30, 2005

3. PPEA secrecy requires reform

Public policy should be decided in public,” Lynchburg News & Advance, July 31, 2005

4. Georgia looking at truck lanes

Idea of truck lanes intrigues officials,” The Atlanta Journal-Constitution,  August 1, 2005

5. Clarke PPEA saga continues

Clarke Officials Seek School Compromise,” The Winchester Star, August 2, 2005

6. Governor Warner issues PPEA directive

Governor Warner issued the following executive directive several weeks ago which applies to all PPEA proposals to be considered by the Commonwealth:

Executive Directive 7 (2005) – Supplemental PPEA Guidelines for State Agencies [Word document]

7. Reason Foundation analyzes sale of state toll roads

Should States Sell Their Toll Roads?” by Peter Samuel [PDF document]