Skip to main content
From municipalities to city and state transportation agencies, governments across the country are working to identify new, better and faster ways to deliver infrastructure projects to serve residents. The playing field is far from level: While some governments have the expertise to wade into new and complex financial transactions, many others are fiscally stressed and capacity-constrained.
MPC is helping Chicago-area decision-makers fundamentally rethink how to invest in our infrastructure priorities and deploy new financing tools when appropriate. These tactics could triple the impact of planned public sector investments in stormwater, transportation and other regional infrastructure by leveraging more than $3 billion annually in private investment.
Reconnecting Chicago and its rivers
Expanding options for infrastructure
Sep 14, 2017
By Natalie Hamilton, MPC Research Assistant, Aug 31, 2017
By Audrey Wennink, Aug 23, 2017
By Marcella Bondie Keenan, Center for Neighborhood Technology, Aug 10, 2017
Stormwater as a resource
Rethinking investment policies and revenue sources
This page can be found online at http://www.metroplanning.org/work/goal/5
Sign up for newsletter and alerts »
Our work »