Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) may be more attractive than complete privatization of US airports, according to presentations by two expert speakers at a workshop on airport privatization held by the Japan International Transportation Institute in Washington, DC, on Feb. 1. Eno Center for Transportation CEO Robert Puentes reviewed the very mixed and limited US history of privatization. Stewart International in New York was briefly privatized and failed because of several factors, ...

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