While PBI is still in its nascent stages in the United States, there is no shortage of efforts seeking to explore and expound on the model. Below please find links to additional resources, which will open a new tab in your browser.
General PBI Project Delivery and Financing

Public-Private Partnerships in California: How Governments Can Innovate, Attract Investment, and Improve Infrastructure Performance
Bay Area Council Economic Institute, August 2018

Private Capital, Public Good: Drivers of Successful Infrastructure Public-Private Partnerships
Brookings, December 2014

Bridging the Gap Together: A New Model to Modernize U.S. Infrastructure
Bipartisan Policy Center, May 2016

When Taxable Infrastructure Financing Beats Tax-Exempt: A Comparative Analysis of the Public and Private Cost of Capital and Market Trends for Infrastructure Delivery
Bay Area Council Economic Institute, March 2015

Public-Private Partnerships (P3s): What Local Government Managers Need to Know
ICMA, December 2017

Infrastructure Financing: A Guide for Local Government Managers
ICMA & GFOA, January 2017


Transportation Infrastructure Resources

Public-Private Partnerships (P3) Library, United States Department of Transportation

Public Private Partnerships (P3), Federal Highway Administration


Water Infrastructure Resources

Water Infrastructure Financial Leadership: Successful Financial Tools for Local Decision Makers
United States Environmental Protection Agency, September 2017

The Financial Impacts of Alternative Water Project Delivery Models: A Closer Look at Nine Communities
Environmental Finance Center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, February 2017

Perspective: “The Financial Impact of Alternative Water Project Delivery Models” in the Water Sector
United States Environmental Protection Agency, February 2017

A Northwest Vision for 2040 Water Infrastructure
The Evergreen State College, Center for Sustainable Infrastructure, April 2017


International Resources

Partnerships British Columbia