The Marina Environment from a Boaters Point of View
A discussion of the benefits and problems encountered by the recreational boater as a tenant of both the public and private marinas in Southern California is presented....

A Private Marina Owner Looks at Private Marina Development and Management

Public/Private Ventures—Southern California
Recreational small craft harbors in Southern California have been and continue to be big business and were forerunners to government's current interest in generating new revenue...

Ventura Harbor—A Critique
The author was General Manager of the Ventura Port District, the agency responsible for the operations of Ventura Harbor, from 1971-1977. While the harbor is a viable facility in the 'harbor...

Riverbank Renewal
In Providence, project teams from the public and private sector worked side-by-side, rerouting two rivers and constructing a new corporate headquarters. What made the task more challenging...

Management of High-Level Wastes in the Republic of China
Because of the importance of nuclear energy in the Republic of China, the management of associated radwastes, especially the high-level wastes (HLW), is indispensable for today's...

A Proposal for Risk Sharing in the Development of a Lunar Oxygen Plant

Developing a Privately Owned Utility in Florida: Financing and Cash Flow
Private developers of a 5,000-acre master-planned community in Sarasota, Florida, were required to provide their own wastewater treatment plants as a condition for obtaining permits. After...

Water Development Ideology: A New Status Quo
The old ideology of economic growth used to justify water resource development is no longer popular in the Southwest. A new ideology is developing, based on new circumstances....

Estimating Toll Diversion for Beltways
The proposed E-470 beltway is a 48-mile circumferential highway which will connect major public and private developments east of the Denver metropolitan area as well as the new Denver...

Slips Ahoy
Klancnik discusses the markets for marina construction in the 1990s. The past decade saw a boom in the boating industry and in the design and construction of marinas. The market will remain...

Privatization in Transportation Financing
Since early in this century, financing for transportation has involved both private and public funds. For highways, monies provided by public or government agencies have come largely from...

Portland's Light Rail: A Successful Public Private Partnership
During its first year, Tri-Met's Light Rail service, MAX, carried twice as many riders as originally projected. What is generally not understood is that MAX is more then a...

CTA's Experience in Fostering Station Redevelopment Through Public/Private Partnerships
The paper reviews the experience of the Chicago Transit Authority's partnerships with the private sector. The funding, space, design, construction and operation components...

Private Participation Made Easy in Small but Smart Transit
The maturing field of electronically 'smart' people movers offers the possibility of urban transit linkages which are smaller in scale, less demanding to operate,...

Public/Private Partnerships: Recent Trends in France
The revival of liberal ideas provided rich soil in France for the growth of private/public partnerships in financing urban mobility services. This partnership is based on one of the following...

Public-Private Relationship in Transportation Development
The paper explores the mechanism and development of public-private partnership which has resulted in the participatory growth of transportation projects in the Portland Metropolitan area....

South Boston Piers Transit Project
The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) is proposing to construct a new transit connection between downtown Boston and the South Boston Piers area. The MBTA has worked with...

Public/Private Partnership—The French Example: The Toulouse Metro Project
Faced with a continuing great demand for urban public transportation, the French public authorities have, for several years, been looking for new sources of financing. Concerning urban...

Public/Private Approach to Implementing Transportation System Improvements
This paper discusses the necessity to develop major transportation improvements that could be implemented by forming public and private financing partnerships. The general requirements...

 

 

 

 

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