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- BART San Francisco Airport Extension
A $1.55 billion project financed with New Starts funding and airport authority, state and local monies.
- LYNX Blue Line (CATS)
A $463 million financing including New Starts grant, state money, and bonds from a local sales tax.
- Chesapeake Expressway
A $117 million toll financing involving state and municipal bonds and the Virginia Toll Facilities Revolving Account.
- E-470 Denver
A $1.2 billion financing including toll revenue bonds, as well as an innovative combination of local fees.
- Hudson-Bergen Light Rail
This $2.2 billion program was financed with FTA monies and used an innovative Design-Build-Operate-Maintain procurement.
- Katy Freeway Reconstruction
A $2.8 billion improvement combining federal, state, and local funding and a financial partnership between a state DOT and local toll authority.
- Iway (I-195 Relocation Project)
A multi-year, $610-million financing in Rhode Island involving a combination of GARVEE and motor fuel tax revenue bonds.
- I-495 Capital Beltway Hotlanes
A $2 billion PPP financing involving a state grant, a TIFIA loan, and the first private activity bond issued in the U.S.
- I-595 Corridor Roadway Improvements
A $1.8 billion project using a TIFIA loan and senior bank debt to back the U.S.'s first application of availability payments.
- Intercounty Connector
A $2.6 billion financing involving toll revenue bonds, GARVEE bonds, state grants, and a TIFIA loan.
- Lake of the Ozarks Bridge
A $40 million project financed through a nonprofit transportation corporation under Missouri state law.
- Marquette Interchange
A $810 million urban highway improvement project financed through traditional FHWA funding and state match, shared 48/52 percent.
- President Bush Turnpike
A $1.5 billion project involving toll-backed bonds, right-of-way donations, local grants and the first Section 129 Loan in the U.S.
- South Bay Expressway
This $635 million transaction was the first private PPP financing to include support from the TIFIA program.
- Tacoma Narrows Bridge
A $735 million DOT-sponsored, limited recourse, toll-backed revenue bond financing.
This $1.67 billion multimodal project was financed with GARVEE bonds, FTA funding, and bonding from sales tax revenue.
- Woodrow Wilson Bridge
This $2.5 billion financing was a multi-state collaboration involving Federal, state, and District funding.
TRB 5th International Conference on Surface Transportation Financing
July 9-11, 2014
This conference will examine the current status of transportation finance and future possibilities through thought-provoking program offerings and with preeminent presenters drawn from the fields of transportation research, government, and the private sector. Participants will engage in valuable brainstorming sessions and interact with fellow transportation colleagues from around the world in an atmosphere conducive to sharing the latest finance techniques and innovations.
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