Transportation Public-private Partnership Reporting
The high-performance transportation enterprise (HPTE) enters into public-private partnerships, which are contractual agreements between HPTE and one or more private or public entities, to deliver or contribute to the delivery of surface transportation projects and provides an annual report on its activities to the legislative committees that have jurisdiction over transportation. The act requires HPTE to include in the annual report, for each of its executed or proposed public-private partnerships, summaries of:
- The processes that HPTE has used leading up to or anticipates using to lead up to its entry into the public-private partnership, including the processes for obtaining and responding to public questions, concerns, and other comments or input, the processes for keeping the state legislators and local elected officials who represent any area in which a surface transportation infrastructure project of the public-private partnership will be located informed and updated about the project and the public-private partnership, and the processes for selecting each partner to the public-private partnership; and
- The actual major financial, performance, and length-of-term provisions of its executed public-private partnerships and, to the extent feasible, the anticipated major financial, performance, and length-of-term provisions of its proposed public-private partnerships.
(Note: This summary applies to this bill as enacted.)