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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.
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