by U.S. Dept. of Transportation, Distributed in cooperation with Technology Sharing Program, Office of the Secretary of Transportation in Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English
Examines urban transportation financing in Chicago, Ill., Cleveland, Ohio, Dallas, Tex. and Los Angeles, Calif.
|Statement||prepared by Rice Center ; prepared for Federal Highway Administration and Urban Mass Transportation Administration|
|Contributions||United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration, Rice Center, Technology Sharing Program (U.S.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 65 p. :|
|Number of Pages||65|
Get this from a library! Private sector involvement in urban transportation. [United States. Federal Highway Administration.; United States. Urban Mass Transportation Administration.; Rice Center.; Technology Sharing Program (U.S.);] -- Examines urban transportation financing in Chicago, Ill. . Paul Comfort has his finger on the pulse of these fast changing developments and has pulled together for this book a top notch roster of executives from the public and private sector to provide their input.”-Peter Varga, Former Chair American Public Transportation Association (APTA).5/5(31). The study committee commissioned a paper, “Principles for Government Involvement in Freight Infrastructure,” by Randall W. Eberts, as background for this topic. That paper is the primary source for the guidelines. The paper appears in Part 2 of this report. Step 1: Ask questions about the market for the proposed intermodal freight facility. transport sector. Despite recent developments in private sector involvement in transport infra-structure finance, most of this investment will have to come through the city budget. Urban population is expanding at more than 6 percent annually in most developing countries. In File Size: KB.
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