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Transportation Infrastructure Expansion

Facing challenges of replacing or expanding critical transportation infrastructure, this research explores how cities and states are utilizing new approaches for project development, funding and financing.

Relevant Publications:

Brady, Sylvia, Andrew R. Goetz, and Andrew E.G. Jonas. Forthcoming 2022. Innovative Approaches to Improved Transportation Infrastructure Funding and Financing through Public-Private Partnerships: A Denver Case Study. In: Hakim, S. and E. Blackstone (eds). Handbook on Public-Private Partnerships in Transportation. Springer Science.

Minn, Michael, Sylvia Brady, Julie Cidell, Keith Ratner & Andrew Goetz. 2021. Shared-use rail corridors: a comparison of institutional perspectives in the United States and the European Union, Transport Reviews, DOI: 10.1080/01441647.2021.2003473

Zimny-Schmitt, Daniel and Andrew R. Goetz. 2020. An investigation of the performance of urban rail transit systems on the corridor level: A comparative analysis in the American west. Journal of Transport Geography 88 (October), Article 102848.

Goetz, Andrew R. 2019. Transport challenges in rapidly growing cities: is there a magic bullet? Transport Reviews 39 (6): 701-705.

Jonas, Andrew E.G., Andrew R. Goetz and Sylvia Brady. 2019. The global infrastructure public-private partnership and the extra-territorial politics of collective provision: The case of regional rail transit in Denver, USA. Urban Studies 56(7): 1426-1447.

Jonas, A. E., Goetz, A. R., & Bhattacharjee, S. 2014. City-regionalism as a Politics of Collective Provision: Regional Transport Infrastructure in Denver, USA. Urban Studies, 51(11), 2444-2456.