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California's Public Infrastructure Advisory Commission Proposed Workplan 2011

🕔 January 9, 2011
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California P3 law established the Public Infrastructure Advisory Commission to advise the Department of Transportation and regional transportation agencies in developing transportation projects through performance-based infrastructure partnerships.Last week, the Public Infrastructure Advisory Commission released its proposed Work Plan for 2011. You can view it below.Public Infrastructure Advisory Commission Proposed Workplan 2011 The proposes workplan outlines 10 Steps to Develop the Emerging Project Pipeline:1. Increase Public Sector Training on Infrastructure Finance and P3 Delivery Methods

2. Continue Developing Long-Term Policy on Life Cycle Cost Analysis
3. Continue Developing Long-term Policy on Availability Payments
4. Encourage Caltrans to Complete and Implement the Managed Lanes Business Plan
5. Support Legislation to Empower the California Infrastructure and Economic Development
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6. Consider Legislation to Update Authority for Local Infrastructure Finance
7. Explore Investment Strategies for California Pension Funds
8. Initiate Early Collaboration on Environmental Matters
9. Promote Best Practices for Securing Early Input from the Private Sector
10. Consider Legislation to Clarify the Rules Governing Advisors and Conflicts of Interest
Last December, the state's Business, Transportation and Housing Agency announced that is in the early stages of launching an "Infrastructure Finance Academy" that will train California's public sector employees about PPPs/P3. This academy will focus on criteria for how to identify candidates for such projects."This is an effort to encourage those designing projects to also participate in thinking about how they could also be financed and moved forward," Business, Transportation and Housing Secretary Dale Bonner at a public meeting in Los Angeles.After signing the Presidio Parkway project, California seems to move forward with more projects in order to create a vivid pipelines o big infrastructure projects.We are also gathering all the academic infrastructure papers, in case you want your paper to be included in our list, send us the url to: ppp.news.aggregator@gmail.comFollow us on twitter!Regards



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