REUTERS/Mike Blake - Traffic moves through the rain along an interstate on December 3, 2014.

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A tale of two states: Comparing PPPs in North Carolina and Ohio

June 30, 2015, Patrick Sabol and Robert Puentes

As states struggle to build and renew their infrastructure assets, they are increasingly turning to the private sector for solutions. States like Virginia have used these so-called public-private partnerships (PPPs) for decades to collaborate with private firms to design, build, finance, operate, and maintain certain public infrastructure facilities.

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