Public-private infrastructure projects are widespread across the continental United States and Puerto Rico, with billions of dollars in roads, bridges and tunnels completed or in progress. Texas, Florida and Virginia have the highest total dollar value in projects.

Source: “Interactive Map: New Build Facilities,” Center for Innovative Finance Support, U.S. Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration, Aug. 2, 2017,

Data for the graphic are as follows:

State Total Cost of Projects Projects Completed or in Progress
Texas $7.5 billion North Tarrant Express 35W (segments 3A and 3B), $1.6 billion
    SH 130 (segments 5–6), $1.3 billion
    North Tarrant Express I-820 and SH 121/183 (segments 1 and 2A), $2 billion
    LBJ Express, $2.6 billion
Florida $5.2 billion I-4 Ultimate, $2.3 billion
    I-595 Corridor roadway improvements, $1.8 billion
    Port of Miami Tunnel, $1.1 billion
Virginia $5.1 billion Dulles Greenway, $350 million
    Capital Beltway High Occupancy Toll (HOT) lanes (I-495), $2.1 billion
    Elizabeth River tunnels (Downtown/Midtown Tunnel), $2.1 billion
    I-95 HOV/HOT lanes, $923 million
California $1.6 billion Presidio Parkway (Phase II), $852 million
    SR-91 express lanes (Now under public management and operation), $135 million
    South Bay Expressway (Now under public management and operation), $658 million
New Jersey/New York $1.4 billion Goethals Bridge replacement, $1.4 billion
Indiana $1.3 billion Ohio River bridges East End Crossing, $981 million
    I-69 Section 5, $325 million
Pennsylvania $899 million Pennsylvania Rapid Bridge Replacement Project, $899 million
North Carolina $655 million I-77 express lanes, $655 million
Colorado $521 million U.S. 36 express lanes (Phase II), $521 million
Ohio $429 million Southern Ohio Veterans Memorial Highway, $429 million
Puerto Rico $127 million Teodoro Moscoso Bridge, $127 million

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