by Charles Lammam, Hugh MacIntyre
Fraser Institute
June 13, 2013
As governments across the United States wrestle with the challenge of providing high-quality transportation infrastructure, they should increasingly consider public-private partnerships. The record shows such partnerships are more likely to be built on time and on budget and they offer greater value for money than conventional infrastructure projects.



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