This 2009 report preapred for the Federal Highway Administration, American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials and the National Cooperative Highway Research Program deals with comprehensive highway public-private partnerships. Using research collected from all over the globe, the authors found that these partnerships are making up an increasing percentage of national highway networks, that they normally work best when selectively targeted to specific, researched projects as opposed to broadly applied across the board, that most countries hire an independent arbiter to observe the process and ensure both sides are meeting their obligations and all countries utilitized some form of performance measurment to evaluate the effectiveness of these partnerships.


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