$280 Million in ODOT TRAC Requests Creates Substantial Competition and Interest in P3s and EB-5 Transportation Funding

Aug 15, 2017 | News, Newsletter |

Dave Robinson.
The Montrose Group.

Funding for “major new capacity projects” with the Ohio Department of Transportation (ODOT) are awarded through the Transportation Advisory Council (TRAC). Applications for TRAC funding were due on July 31, 2017, and 13 projects filed for a total of $280 M. The Ohio Transportation Budget, House Bill 26, recently enacted allocated $59.5 M in funding for Major New Program funding per year in the FY 2018-FY 2019 biennium, considerably less than the amount spent in this area during FY 2017. The high demand for state transportation funding will create substantial competition through the TRAC process as well as interest in exploring alternative P3 funding options. Click HERE for the full article.  For access to the full article, click HERE.

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