Infrastructure bank to rely on public-private partnership

09/12/2010 | Huffington Post, The

The proposed national infrastructure bank is one of the most important elements of the federal stimulus act, providing as it would for infrastructure investment into the future, writes Michael Likosky, senior fellow at New York University's Institute for Public Knowledge. It sets up a system of public-private partnerships to maintain, refurbish or rebuild the country's roads, rails and bridges, he notes. What's more, the bank would choose projects based on merit, not politics.

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