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This webinar provided an accessible introduction to transportation funding opportunities available to tribal governments. Speakers included representatives from departments of transportation and tribal governments.
This roundtable session on passenger rail oriented development provided a forum for state DOTs and other stakeholders to exchange ideas and best practices, as well as identify common challenges and opportunities in economic development.
This roundtable session on freight rail investment provided a forum for state DOTs and other stakeholders to exchange ideas and best practices, as well as identify common challenges and opportunities in economic development.
The P3 Basics Overview training was for public sector stakeholders interested in using P3 procurement for transportation infrastructure projects. The 6-hour course offered a general understanding of P3 as an alternative delivery method; instruction drawn from case studies and real life examples.
This roundtable discussion provided a forum for members of AASHTO's Committee on Funding and Finance to learn about emerging transportation innovations and their financial implications for State DOTs.
This workshop offered a general understanding of P3 as an alternative project delivery method, with a focus on addressing topics at the intersection of P3 and planning. The workshop forum was for planners to discuss how to apply P3 concepts in the planning context.
This webinar discussed common themes and new proposals seen in recent legislation, and featured three state officials with insight on how to make the case for transportation investment.
This webinar provided an accessible introduction to road user charges (RUC) as a user-based alternative revenue mechanism for surface transportation.
This customized exchange provided an opportunity for Idaho, Montana, North Dakota, South Dakota and Utah to discuss common issues, compare best practices, and engage in a facilitated dialogue about managing and strengthening selected financial aspects of their Federal-aid Highway Program (FAHP).
This customized exchange provided an opportunity for Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina to discuss common issues, compare best practices, and engage in a facilitated dialogue about managing and strengthening key aspects of their transportation programs.
This roundtable forum was for State DOT and other Short Line stakeholders to exchange ideas and best practices, and identify common challenges and opportunities in funding and financing short line railroad projects.
This webinar explored innovative and accessible ways transportation agencies can partner with the private sector on smaller-scale projects by bundling assets and standardizing procurements.
This roundtable discussion provided a forum for State DOTs to exchange ideas and best practices, and identify common challenges and opportunities in funding and financing freight / intermodal projects.
This peer exchange for financial officials was held in conjunction with AASHTO's Conference on Performance-Based Transportation Planning, Financing and Management and provided a forum to exchange ideas and best practices, and identified common challenges and opportunities.
This webinar covered common themes in transportation infrastructure funding and financing from recent state legislative sessions and highlighted some of the revenue packages that have been enacted.
This webinar reviewed the recently released Transportation Governance and Finance Report and how some DOTs are using the information to inform their practices.
This six-hour workshop offered a general understanding of P3s as an alternative delivery method, with instruction drawn from case studies and real life examples demonstrating how to put P3s into action.
The Peer Exchange for transportation agency CFOs facilitated an exchange of ideas and best practices, and discussions about common challenges and opportunities in four major focus areas: Revenue, Finance, Policy, and Project Management.
This six-hour workshop provided a general understanding of P3s as an alternative delivery method, with instruction drawn from case studies and real life examples demonstrating how to put P3s into action.
This listening session was a roundtable discussion focusing on passenger rail station development with an emphasis on organizational structure, collaborations and state/local funding strategy.
This webinar showcased different approaches to the development, funding/financing, and operation of US priced managed lanes projects. Project sponsors discussed policy decisions related to funding/financing of capital costs and operating expenses, and eligibility rules for free access to the priced lanes.
This peer exchange was a facilitated-discussion for finance professionals from state departments of transportation to share best practices, and to discuss challenges related to debt management and compliance with applicable policies and regulations.
This webinar featured the Eagle P3 commuter rail project, focusing on the use of an availability payment P3 structure for a transit project, performance-based procurement, and the importance of early-stage project development work undertaken by the public sponsor.
This webinar examined key aspects of the redevelopment of Denver Union Station as a multi-modal transportation hub and a centerpiece for neighborhood redevelopment in downtown Denver.
This listening session was part of AASHTO's 2016 Washington Briefing and provided an overview of key changes made to USDOT finance programs, highlighted other finance-related provisions of interest, and provided a status update on how USDOT is implementing the new finance provisions.