VDOT considers 10 public-private partnership projects

| July 2, 2013

VDOT_LogoThe Virginia Department of Transportation (VDOT) is considering 10 transportation projects as candidates for public-private partnerships.

Governor Bob McDonnell yesterday released the state’s Public-Private Partnerships’ (“OTP3″) Draft 2013 Virginia PPTA Pipeline, which contains the P3 candidate projects as well as 10 conceptual projects.

The P3 candidate projects are ready to be moved through the screening process, while the conceptual projects require further analysis before moving through the screening process.

The state’s P3 candidate projects are:

  • I-66 Corridor Improvements

  • Air Rights Development

  • I-64 HOV to HOT Conversion

  • I-64 Peninsula Improvements

  • Hampton Roads Crossing Improvements

  • I-73 Corridor Improvement Project

  • Route 460/58 Connector

  • I-495 Express Lanes Extension

  • Cell Tower/Fiber Optic Opportunities

  • Route 460/I-85 Connector

The state’s conceptual projects include:

  • Weigh-In-Motion Truck Validation System

  • Availability Payments

  • Wallops Island Visitor and Support Facilities

  • Advertising/Sponsorship Opportunities

  • Parking Facilities Enhancements

  • New Park and Ride Facilities

  • I-81 Managed Travel Lanes System

  • Rest Area Enhancements – Electric Car Charging Stations

  • Rest Area Enhancements – Truck Parking Facilities at High Priority Locations

  • Route 460 Business Corridor Improvements

For more information, visit vappta.org.

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