This is a nice, brief article with lots of links for more details summarizing activity in the U.S. building out public-private-partnerships (P3s) for infrastructure projects.
It seems the use of this model to stretch government dollars and to help meet our need for fixing our existing infrastructure as well as building out more new, and modernized infrastructure, is becoming better-understood. Let's keep sharing examples of where it's working and lessons learned.
More states than ever have enacted P3-enabling legislation. While many of these are transportation-related, it is clear that funding shortfalls combined with the need for better infrastructure has caused legislators to take a hard look at P3s.