Oliviero Baccelli

Public-Private Partnerships in the Motorways Sector in Lombardy: Expectations, Rules and Market

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Public-private partnerships (Ppps) are seen as a perfect example to reconcile the need of development of complex transport infrastructures, although experiences underline the need of both a clearly defined legal and regulatory framework of the market and a specific know-how. In this paper, it is intended to highlight which are the key elements that can be valuable and transferable and what can be learned from the planning case of the seven new motorway sections in Lombardy. It is significant to give cause for reflection about these themes, because the constitution of a clear model to analyze the management process of the motorway concessions in Italy seems to be urgent, even in the light of the new role of the Transportation Authority. The policy indications are intent on highlighting the main recommendations on competition, rules and market for public administrations and private subjects that in Italy deal with the possible Ppps in transport infrastructures.


  • Motorways
  • Transportation
  • Public-Private Partnership
  • Competition
  • Privatization


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