Public-Private Partnerships and the President’s Infrastructure Draft Bill

Earlier this year, President Trump released his long-awaited infrastructure plan (the “Plan”). Among other things in the Plan, the President expressly requested that Congress act on an “infrastructure bill that will stimulate at least $1.5 trillion in new investment over the next 10 years.” By infrastructure, the President means more than traditional infrastructure, e.g., roads, bridges, and airports, but also drinking- and waste-water systems, waterways, water resources, energy, rural infrastructure, public lands, veterans’ hospitals, and Brownfield and Superfund sites.


Source: New Jersey Law Journal

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