While traditional transportation funding decreases, communities are working to find additional ways to finance and deliver their projects. TranSystems helps clients find alternate funding sources to supplement their traditional sources so they can keep their projects moving, and ultimately, maintain their transportation infrastructure for the travelling public.
Our innovative financing consultants provide insight, analysis and guidance on an array of tools and institutional arrangements as alternatives to traditional funding. Tools can include: Transportation Development Districts, Public Private Partnerships, tolling, fuel tax increase, Missouri Transportation Finance Corporation, state infrastructure banks, grant anticipation revenue vehicles (GARVEE), transportation infrastructure finance and, Innovation Act (TIFIA) credit assistance, excise taxes for transportation improvements, community improvement districts, Tax Increment Finance (TIF) Districts, and Surface Transportation Program (STP) funding.
TranSystems has helped state, municipal and MPO clients across the Midwest identify and analyze innovative financing methods and secure more than $300 million in funding for their projects.