Make your plans now to attend the nation’s premiere conference on Public-Private Partnerships (P3s), ARTBA’s 23rd annual P3s in Transportation Conference! The November 14-16 ARTBA conference brings together more than 300 industry-leading professionals and public officials from around the country. Whether you’re a contractor, investor, consultant, engineer, or entrepreneur, you won’t want to miss this valuable opportunity to hear the latest updates and network with thought leaders and innovators in the P3 arena.
This year’s event features over 20 interactive education sessions that explore the role P3s play in our nation's transportation infrastructure development and around the world. In addition, ARTBA’s annual “P3 Projects and Entrepreneurs Awards” luncheon will be held on Tuesday, November 15 at 12:00 p.m.
Featured sessions include:
- Status update on the federal surface transportation reauthorization bill and how it could impact the P3 market;
-Progress in the P3 procurement process and strategies for success with the FHWA Office of Innovative Program Delivery;
- Developments in State P3 Programs – California, Virginia, Georgia, North Carolina, Texas, Florida, Arizona, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Puerto Rico;
- Implementation challenges and solutions in one of the nation’s largest P3 projects—the I-495 Capital Beltway HOT Lanes; and
- An optional tour of the Capital Beltway HOT Lanes project site and operations center (pre-registration required).
Confirmed public-sector speakers include:
- Regina McElroy, Federal Highway Administration’s Office of Innovative Program Delivery;
- Tony Kinn, Director, Virginia Office of Transportation Public Private Partnerships;
- Steve DeWitt, North Carolina Turnpike Authority;
- Kome Ajise, Caltrans;
- Gerald Ross, Georgia Department of Transportation;
- James Barna, Ohio Department of Transportation;
- Roger Moliere, L.A. County Metropolitan Transportation Authority;
- Mary Peters, Former U.S. Secretary of Transportation;
- Amanda Farrell, Partnerships British Columbia;
- Matthew Kattapuram, Infrastructure Ontario;
- and Robert Poole, Reason Foundation