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We have an extraordinary opportunity in America—to confront the pressure being placed on our nation’s roads, water systems, ports, airports, and energy grid with available private capital. This report establishes the framework to unite projects that need funding with private capital ready to invest in......

America must address its infrastructure needs—transportation, water, power and energy, and civic structures—to meet the demands of the next generation. The task is daunting, especially in an era of fiscal constraint, and to accomplish it public officials must think creatively about how to deliver infrastructure......

Which do you think is easier: convincing Congress to give you $50 million a year indefinitely or $325 million (the cost of constructing the DOT headquarters) in one year? As the FBI learned by its inability to secure full initial year funding for a new......

The co-chairs of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Executive Council on Infrastructure, S&P Global President and CEO Doug Peterson and American Water President and CEO Susan Story, today released the following statement on infrastructure funding in President Trump’s budget proposal: “Last year, our council released a......

The nation’s infrastructure funding gap—the gap between the cost of needed repairs and the funds available—is estimated at $1 trillion. Our bridges, roads, water systems, energy-related assets, airports, ports, and railroads are in desperate need of upgrades and repairs. Failure to address these infrastructure needs......

Despite recent bipartisan efforts in Congress, there is still no path in sight to meet America’s current or future infrastructure needs. “Because of our politics right now nationally, in Washington, we don’t have the decency to maintain the assets and infrastructure that our parents and......

The staff of the Bipartisan Policy Center’s Executive Council on Infrastructure share some recent publications, speeches, and testimony relevant to infrastructure policy and finance. The views expressed in these pieces do not necessarily represent the views of the council, its co-chairs, members, advisors or BPC. Compiled by Nikki......

Against the sometimes acrimonious backdrop of the congressional debate over transportation funding, one fact has bipartisan agreement: the United States is decades behind the rest of the developed world in the use of public-private partnerships (P3s) to deliver infrastructure projects. Australia, Canada, the United Kingdom, and......