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PennDOT Public-Private Partnerships

PennDOT operates one of the most ambitious and comprehensive public-private partnership (P3) programs in the nation. The featured projects bring value to Pennsylvania by significantly reducing structurally deficient bridges, supporting motorist safety, enhancing mass transit and rail service, and in some cases, generating new revenue to support future investment.

 

compressed natural gas
The Compressed Natural Gas (CNG) Project will result in the construction of 29 fueling sites around the state for use by transit agencies and private-sector fleets.
rapid bridge replacement project
The state's $899 million Rapid Bridge Replacement (RBR) Project is the largest P3 of its kind in the nation, replacing 558 structurally deficient bridges over a 3-year period.
rapid bridge replacement project map
An interactive map that details the location and vital statistics on each of the 558 bridges that compose the Rapid Bridge Replacement Project.

roadside assistance safety patrol
The P3 Office is enhancing safety through the State Farm Safety Patrol which has provided roadside assistance to more than 20,000 motorists since 2014.
transit oriented development
PennDOT is examining options for transit-oriented development that could bring an attractive mix of restaurants, shops, and various housing options within walking distance of train stations along the Keystone Corridor.
wetlands mitigation
Believed to be the first P3 proposal of its kind, PennDOT is exploring developing a wetlands mitigation bank for transportation and private-sector development projects.



P3 News

 

Wetland Mitigation Banking Request for Information (PDF)
February 21, 2018
PennDOT is inviting interested teams to respond to an RFI to develop, design, construct, implement, maintain, operate and commercialize wetland mitigation banking regionally or statewide.

 

2016 Public-Private Partnership Annual Report (PDF)
July 13, 2017
The P3 board has released its annual report for the 2016-2017 fiscal year.

 

Middletown Train Station Request for Qualifications (PDF)
September 12, 2016