A handful of studies on public-private partnerships, or P3s, in highway construction suggest that such arrangements “have built highways slightly less expensively and slightly more quickly, compared with the traditional public-sector approach,” a Congressional Budget Office researcher told a special House Transportation & Infrastructure Committee panel on March 5. Joseph Kile, CBO’s assistant director for microeconomic studies, cautioned, however, that data on P3s in ...

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