Public-Private Partnerships in the transport sector
Settumba, John Paul
Lukamba, Muhiya Tshombe
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The need for more efficient and effective public private partnerships (PPP) projects in transport is gaining momentum and will not rescind as population of persons and cars takes upward shifts. This paper seeks to identify international experiences of PPPs in transport from the wider spectrum and ends with narrowing its scope to tolls in road transport. The study undertook an exploratory design. We delved into secondary data collected that majorly from studies that undertook empirical assessment of PPPs using country to coun-try perspective. Data was sourced from scholarly journals, documents, websites searches and newspapers. A collective memory approach is further used to forecast future trends while providing implications for the tomorrow's actions for PPPs adoption in transport. The outcome of the study provides a hub of experiences for implementing PPPs in transport while acknowledging the concession types, remuneration types and critical success factors that policy makers implementers and academia can consider to inform the practice and theory of PPPs in transport.