Urban Transportation Public–Private Partnerships: Drivers of Uneven Development?

  title={Urban Transportation Public–Private Partnerships: Drivers of Uneven Development?},
  author={M. Siemiatycki},
  journal={Environment and Planning A},
  pages={1707 - 1722}
  • M. Siemiatycki
  • Published 2011
  • Business
  • Environment and Planning A
  • Around the world, public–private partnerships (PPPs) have been widely promoted as a model to expand the provision of critical urban transportation infrastructure. This paper examines the extent to which PPPs have actually been used to deliver urban transportation infrastructure, and whether this model of project delivery has redressed historically uneven patterns of global infrastructure investment. Through an analysis of over 950 transportation PPPs worldwide over the past quarter century, it… CONTINUE READING
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