The Effect of Public-Private Partnerships and Non-Traditional Procurement Processes on Highway Planning, Environmental Review, and Collaborative Decision Making

Transportation Research Board

Overview

TRB’s second Strategic Highway Research Program (SHRP 2) Report S2-C12-RR-1: The Effect of Public-Private Partnerships and Non-Traditional Procurement Processes on Highway Planning, Environmental Review, and Collaborative Decision Making explores the different points in the overall project development process when public-private partnership involvement can be introduced. The report also explores other types of non-traditional contracting arrangements and their impact on the project development process as set forth in the PlanWorks (formerly Transportation for Communities - Advancing Projects through Partnerships (TCAPP) Decision Guide.

Source Organization Location

Washington, DC


Operations Area of Practice

  • SHRP2 Tools

Organizational Capability Element

  • Performance Management
  • Project Development
  • Performance Measurement
  • Education, Training & Professional Activities
  • Program Status
  • Public safety agency collaboration

Content Type

  • Research

Role in Organization

  • CEO / GM / Commissioner
  • Director / Program Manager
  • Manager / First Line Supervisor
  • Public
  • Senior Manager
  • Transit Professional
  • Transportation Planner

Publishing Organization

  • TRB

Objective

  • Available Tools
  • How-To
  • Learning
Issue Date
March 10th, 2015
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