By Linda Chiem (March 23, 2016, 6:47 PM EDT) -- State and local governments contending with overburdened highways, pothole-ridden roadways and crumbling bridges are increasingly turning to private industry to help get some of their crucial transportation infrastructure projects financed, built and delivered.
As their transportation infrastructure needs continue to outpace their ability to finance critical repairs or much-needed upgrades, local governments have more readily embraced the public-private partnership model to help pay for projects and move them through the construction pipeline more quickly.
Here, Law360 highlights the top five transportation and infrastructure projects using the P3 model that attorneys say show promise and have the potential to set precedent for...
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