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The symposium will serve as a capstone of peer exchanges on financial management topics that have been hosted by the BATIC Institute over the last two years. The overall goal is to help state DOTs build internal capacity to improve financial programs and deliver projects more cost effectively.
This webinar covered Project Bundling - a comprehensive and accelerated delivery solution for addressing strategic program goals - and provided transportation professionals with a better sense of how state DOTs select projects. Perspectives from FHWA and State DOTs were presented.
This customized exchange brought together professionals from Arkansas, Louisiana, Missouri, Tennessee, and Texas to discuss common issues, compare best practices, and engage in a facilitated dialogue about programming and funds management.
This webinar covered themes in recent legislation, and provided insights on making the case for transportation investment.
This webinar discussed the findings of a joint BATIC Institute and AASHTO research brief, which reviews Advance Construction (AC) practices across the country. The research brief responds to an update of AASHTO's 2011 report, The Use of Advance Construction in Financing Transportation Projects, in light of the scheduled 2020 federal funds rescission and the FAST Act expiration.
This customized exchange brought together financial professionals from the mid-Atlantic region to discuss common issues, compare best practices, and engage in a facilitated dialogue about managing and strengthening their funds management and programming practices.
This webinar outlined considerations specific to P3s before and during the NEPA process, unexpected challenges that have arisen in past projects, and future trends on the subject.
This webinar reviewed various implementations of Road User Charge (RUC) programs as alternative funding measures. RUC programs are being explored by several state DOTs as a response to shortfalls in fuel tax revenue.
This customized exchange brought together financial professionals from Iowa, Missouri, Nebraska and Oklahoma to engage in a facilitated dialogue about managing and strengthening their funds management and programming practices.
This webinar covered how State DOTs inform the public through the use of browser-based "dashboards" to communicate the organization's financial status or project delivery progress.
This webinar covered value capture mechanisms as a set of public financing tools that "capture" increases in property values and tax revenues resulting from public investments in buildings, infrastructure, and transportation.
This customized exchange provided an opportunity for Illinois, Colorado, North Carolina, Virginia, and Minnesota to discuss common issues, compare best practices, and engage in a facilitated dialogue about programming and funds management.
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.
Research brief on advance construction in financing transportation projects with a focus on the states' current use in light of next year's scheduled rescission of federal funds and the expiration of the Fixing America's Surface Transportation (FAST) Act.