Jan 01, 2008
Download Citizens across America confront the nations glaring infrastructure deficit daily. Evidence of the large and growing gap between infrastructure needs and the resources that governments have historically invested in meeting those needs is everywhere: congested roads; bridges in need of repair; poorly maintained transit systems; and deteriorated schools and waste treatment facilities all in urgent need of rehabilitation and repair. Increasingly governments around the world and state and local governments in the United States are turning to the private sector for financing, design, construction, and operation of infrastructure projects. This paper from Deloitte explains the role of public-private partnerships.