William O. Lipinski Symposium On Transportation Policy & Strategy 2013

Private Money for Public Infrastructure: Promises, Pitfalls, and the Path Forward

January 28, 2013

An exploration of the characteristics of public-private partnerships—for financing transportation infrastructure in Chicago, Illinois, and the nation. Expert panelists will discuss benefits and risks of such arrangements, describe examples of successful PPPs, and suggest conditions, actions, and policies for maximizing the value of these arrangements for ensuring effective and efficient transportation systems.

Program Information
 

     Symposium Program including Speakers & Speaker Bios
     Attendance List

Video of Speakers and Presentations

     Keynote Address
     Leadership Panel: Presentations and Discussion
     Public-Private Partnerships
     Lunch Presentation
     Public-Private Partnerships Case Studies
     Challenges and Opportunities

Speaker PowerPoint Presentations

     Samara Barend, Vice President & Strategic Development Director, AECOM
      Public-Private Partnerships and Alternative Delivery

     Thomas Lanctot, Partner and Group Head, William Blair & Company
      Overview of Public-Private Partnerships 

     Adrian Moore, Vice President, Policy, Reason Foundation
      P3s – Public-Private Partnerships? Or Peripatetic Pain in the Pants

     Richard Clarke, Assistant General Manager of Capital Programs, Denver Regional Transportation District
      Eagle P3 Project

     Greg Ciambrone, Vice President, The Walsh Group
      East End Crossing of the Louisville-Southern Indiana Ohio River Bridges Project