Colorado gubernatorial candidate plans to speed up highway projects

Preston, Darrell
February 1998
Bond Buyer;02/04/98, Vol. 323 Issue 30324, p31
Trade Publication
Reports on Colorado gubernatorial candidate Gail Schoettler's plan to push the state to acquire private financing to speed up $1.2 billion highway projects. Call for the privatization of some aspects of highway construction; Criticisms from public finance professionals and political opponents; Schoettler's call for an increase in annual construction budget for the state transportation department.


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