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Whether you’re working on a local collective impact initiative or a national public-private partnership; whether you’re a practitioner or a researcher; whether you’re looking for basics or a detailed look at a particular topic, our Resource Library can help you find the information and tools you need for your cross-sector thinking and practice. The Library — which includes resources from research organizations, advisory groups, training organizations, academic centers and journals, and other sources — spans issue areas, sectors, and partnership types.

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From The Intersector Project’s “Research to Practice” series, this article looks closely at scholarly research and highlights key facts, actionable takeaways, and additional resources practitioners can turn to for related guidance. Talk of cross-sector collaboration as an approach to designing, building, and operating public infrastructure…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Despite a call for collaboration, there remain challenges to engaging the public health community in the regional transportation planning process. Using an integrated framework of network theory and collaborative planning, we explore collaboration barriers and opportunities between transportation and…

“It is important for stakeholders to be aware of opportunities for public engagement during transportation planning and programming in order to fully benefit by shaping and influencing potential transportation solutions according to their needs and priorities at an early stage.” The Guidelines serve the following…

“Managed lane projects have become an important tool for addressing congestion on the nation’s highway system. These projects incorporate the construction of new highways or converting existing lanes to enhance traffic management. Historically, these projects have been developed by public sector entities using design-bid-build procurement….

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Over the past few decades public-private partnership (PPP) models adopted by governments for infrastructure development throughout the world have evolved continuously. This article develops a dynamic framework which argues that PPP models evolve when some of the critical…

✴︎ Available only with purchase from publisher “Public-private partnerships (P3s) are likely to impact entire transportation systems in fundamental ways. However, few studies have examined the potential impact of P3s on large-scale transportation networks. These studies have focused on modeling rather than on policy analysis….