Public Private Partnership - An Overview
Introduction to Public Private Partnerships for National Roads Projects
On 1st June, 1999, the Minister for Finance announced three pilot Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) national roads projects for implementation by the Authority. Those projects were click here to read more
Current Status of National Roads PPP Programme
The National Roads Authority has completed the procurement phase of all planned National Roads PPP Contracts. As of Q2 2011 ...
Service Area PPP Programme
The Authority has published a Policy Statement outlining its policy on the provision of service areas to cater for users of national roads taking account of the extensive improvements made to the road network in recent years and the programme of further work already planned which will see significant additions to the length of the motorway and dual carriageways standard road throughout the country.
The Key PPP Principles
In launching the national roads PPP Programme in June 2000 the Authority established key PPP prinicples click here to read more
Selection of Projects for PPPs
The Authority focused its selection of PPP projects on planned motorways, high quality dual carraigeways and major river crossings. Such schemes guarantee a high quality route, offering a greatly improved service for road users and have the potential to carry significant traffic volumes. Click here to read more
Tolling and Private Investment
With the exception of the M50 Upgrade Project which is based on an availability payment mechanism (and which is tolled at West-Link under a separate contractual arrangement), the Authority has procured all PPP road projects as toll roads click here to read more
Financial Value for Money
The fundamental objectives of PPPs is to maximise efficiency and value for money. PPP procurement has the potential to offer better value for money through click here to read more