A Strong Start For Goethals Bridge P3

After years on the sidelines, the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey now is trumpeting its commitment to alternative delivery and public-private partnerships. Its success so far in procuring a 40-year DBFM contract and building the $1.436-billion replacement of the Goethals Bridge is helping to build the case for P3s in the northeast, where governments have been slow to adopt the alternative delivery model based on lowest life-cycle costs.



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