• Transportation Research Board

      TRB 97th Annual Meeting

      January 7–11, 2018

    • Interactive Program

2018

Annual Meeting Event Detail




Poster Session 377

Revenue and Finance Issues in Public–Private Partnerships

Monday 1:30 PM- 3:15 PM
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Poster
Rimon Rafiah, Economikr, presiding
Sponsored by:
Standing Committee on Revenue and Finance (ABE10)
Subcommittee on Public-Private Partnerships (ABE10(1))

One response to increasing fiscal challenges being faced by many transportation agencies is increasing interest in public-private partnerships (P3s). P3s present a new way to approach transportation projects but come with different advantages and disadvantages compared with more traditional methods of project delivery. This session presents approaches to plan for and evaluate potential P3 projects as well as analysis of implemented P3 projects. Examples of P3 projects in the United States and abroad are included.

 



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Title Presentation Number
P3 Effects: Analytical Tool to Estimate Potential Efficiency Impacts of Alternative Project Delivery Methods
Patrick DeCorla-Souza, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
P18-20348
A Simplified Analytical Tool for Value for Money Analysis at Early Stages of Project Development
Patrick DeCorla-Souza, Federal Highway Administration (FHWA)
P18-20349
Optimizing Financial Structure of U.S. DBFOM PPP Projects: A Case Study of I-635 (LBJ Expressway)
Jae Chung, Saint Martin's University
P18-20350
P3 Performance Evaluation: Three Case Studies
Kunqi Zhang, University of Maryland, College Park
P18-20351
Valuation and Optimization of Alternative Noncompete Provisions in Public–Private Partnerships with Real Options Analysis
Qingbin Cui, University of Maryland, College Park
P18-20352
PPP Renegotiation Framework Based on Equivalent NPV Constraint: Incheon Airport Highway, South Korea
Deog Sang Bae
Ivan Damnjanovic, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
Dong Hun Kang, Texas A&M Transportation Institute
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18-00725
Evaluating the Effectiveness of Public–Private Partnerships in Highway Development: The Case of Virginia
Yin Wang, Shanghai University of Finance and Economics
Zhirong Zhao, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
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18-01316
Pareto Efficiency and Incentive Analysis for Private Roads in Simple Networks
Hang Shu, Northwestern University
Pablo Durango-Cohen, Northwestern University
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18-03411
Improving Project Financing for Public Transportation Projects in Mexico: Lessons for Developing Countries
Abel Lopez Dodero, The World Bank
Alejandro Hoyos Guerrero, The World Bank
Janelle Lee
Jeffrey Casello, University of Waterloo
Abraham Vargas Molina, The World Bank
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18-04344