Column: PPPs could fund infrastructure projects in New York

Public-private partnerships could help solve an infrastructure-funding shortfall in New York state, experts say. The state is expected to fall $100 billion short of the amount it needs to maintain its highways and bridges over the next two decades. The author notes that partnerships with private companies could allow the state to transfer costs and risks as well as secure fixed-price contracts.

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