Performance Metrics for Public–Private Partnerships

Performance Metrics for Public–Private Partnerships (NCHRP Synthesis 563)

Public-private partnerships (P3) offer transportation agencies a method for designing, building, operating, and maintaining their assets without having to wait for government funding. To ensure contract compliance and performance, agencies use a variety of different metrics to monitor their P3 contracts. Metrics usually fall into two main categories: quantifying asset performance and project implementation. This report presents such metrics used by DOTs. Data was sourced from a survey of 26 DOTs and interviews with DOT personnel on six P3 projects.

Infrastructure Assets: Highway Assets
Resource Types: Research Report
Capabilities: Data & Information Systems
Management Processes: Monitoring & Adjustment, Performance Based Planning & Programming, Performance Reporting & Communication

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