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Private Sector Can Improve Our Crumbling Infrastructure

For a nation that thrives on competition and leading others, we have fallen too far behind in our roads, bridges, waterways, and airports.

May 17, 2016

InfrastructureCouncil.org

 

 

In JD Power's 2015 survey, "Financial P3 Infrastructure Perceptions", 55-percent of respondents indicated a positive perspective on public private partnerships (P3s) in which partnerships between the public and private sectors can incentivize long-term thinking about a project’s design, construction, operations, and maintenance.

Time Magazine's article written by Douglas L. Peterson, CEO of S&P Global, and Susan Story, CEO of American Water, discusses the extraordinary opportunity in America to relieve the pressure being placed on our nation’s roads, water systems, ports and energy grid with available private capital.

Here's a link to their article in Time:

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