This webinar focused on gaining new insight into what transportation practitioners are thinking about the legislation and what's next for state DOTs.
This webinar explored how over the past several years many state legislatures have enacted, or are actively considering, proposals to increase funding or provide additional financing for transportation infrastructure.
As electric vehicle sales continue to grow, a robust network of public charging stations is needed. This webinar highlights the latest developments on federal funding and finance options for developing electric vehicle charging infrastructure, and the importance of building key partnerships, leveraging private investment, lessons learned, and barriers that remain.
This webinar reviewed the findings of a GAO report and had presentations from two states that have implemented federal funds swap programs with their local agencies.
This webinar reviewed FHWA's process mapping exercise for the project closeout and funds management process in seven states.
This webinar included presentations by State DOTs on finance workforce development needs and strategies in their states, followed by a facilitated discussion moderated by Jack Basso and a question-and-answer session.
The BATIC Institute P3 Community of Practice met to discuss initial findings of an FHWA rapid-response research project examining force majeure terms in P3 contracts.
This webinar explored how performance incentives are used to optimize project delivery in Public-Private Partnerships (P3). Incentives that stimulate developer performance were discussed, with descriptions of how these incentives may be used in different phases of the project lifecycle.
The BATIC Institute conducted an educational and informational briefing and a refresher course on the Bureau's existing credit assistance program, products and services, and how they can be used to create additional value and savings for project sponsors.
This webinar covered Project Bundling - a comprehensive and accelerated delivery solution for addressing strategic program goals - and provided transportation professionals with a better sense of how state DOTs select projects. Perspectives from FHWA and State DOTs were presented.
The BATIC Institute Public-Private Partnership Community of Practice held its inaugural in-person meeting in conjunction with the Transportation Research Board's Annual Meeting in Washington, DC.
Interactive map generated from NCSL report Public-Private Partnerships for Transportation: Categorization and Analysis of State Statutes, provides a visual analysis and categorization of enabling statutes for transportation P3s.
Research brief on advance construction in financing transportation projects with a focus on the states' current use in light of next year's scheduled rescission of federal funds and the expiration of the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act.