Public-Private Partnerships in the Road Sector

Osaka, Japan, 13-14 October 2009

This international Workshop on Public-Private Partnerships in the Road Sector has been organised jointly by Japan Road Association (PIARC National Committee of Japan) and PIARC Technical Committee A.2' Financing, Managing and Contracting'.

In this workshop, information on current experience and future applications of public-private partnerships in the road sector among road transport professionals from Japan and various countries around the world has been exchanged and disseminated. 182 persons from 23 countries participated in this workshop. 

Organissation Committee:

  • Chair: Hiroyuki FUJIKAWA, PIARC National Committee of Japan
  • Director: Takaaki NAMBU, Executive Director, Hanshin Expressway Co.Ltd
  • Co-ordinator: Eiji UEMATSU, Director, Engineering Section, Hansin Expressway Co.Ltd

Seminar Proceedings

Session 1: PPP Experience in Europe

1-1- Experiences from a Finnish PPP project using project life-cycle management from the order perspective to maximise efficiency. Matti Vehviläinen, Finnish Road Administration.

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1-2- The Austrian PPP Experience in the Road Sector. Dipl-Ing. Christian Nagl.

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1-3- Motorway concessions in France and the example of the Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhône group - APRR. Jean-François Langumier, APRR.

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1-4- Spanish Roads' PPP contracts: Evolution and Future. Gerardo Gavilanes.

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1-5- PPP motorway projects in Slovak Republic. Juraj Cermak, National Motorway Company.

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Session 2: Analysis

2-1- Value for Money Evaluation of private Sector Participation in infrastructure Projects with Economic and Financial impacts Analysis. Kazuaki Miyamoto, Tolyo City University.

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2-2- Applications of Discrete Choice Modeling for Public-Private-Partnership Projects in Developing Countries. Prapatpong Upala, Faculty of Architecture King Mongkut's Institute of Technology.

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2-3- Can we really implement PPP in Japan for Road Infrastructures? Jean-Pierre Ragaru, Ingérosec Corporation.

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Session 3: PPP in Asia (1st Part)

3-1- BOT Issues in Road and Rail Transportation Infrastructure in Asia. Shinya Hanaoka, Tokyo Institute of Technology.

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3-2- Key Legal Issues facing the development of Road Projects in Asia. Harvey Weaver, Counsel, Ashurst GJBJ, Tokyo.

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3-3- An Indonesian Local Government Perspective on Public-Private Sector Partnerships in Toll Roads. Pr. John Black.

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3-4- Iranian's Experience in PPP for Construction and Operation of Roads.

 

3-5- Risk Management Strategy in Privatization of Expressway Public Corporations. Tsutomu Morimoto, Japan Expressway Holding & Debt Repayment Agency.

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Session 3: PPP in Asia (2nd Part)

3-6- Vietnam's Experience with PPP. M. Sc. To Hong Anh, Planning and Investment, Ministry of Transport - Vietnam.

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3-7- Private Financing of Expressway Projects in Korea. Young-In Kwon, Research Fellow, the Korea Transport Institute (KOTI).

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Session 4: Various PPP

4-1- Congestion charging in Stockholm. Gunnar Tunkrans, Swedish Road Administration.

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4-2- Alliance Contract in Australia. Brain Noble, Main Roads Western Australia.

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Séance 5: Expérience de PPP en Afrique et Amérique

5-1- PPPs in Road Construction: the South African Experience. Corne' Roux, SANRAL.

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5-2- Alternative Financing Highway Projects in Ontario, Canada. Mike Goodale.

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5-3- The Effects of the Credit Crisis on the ability to finance PPPs for roads. Richard Deslauriers, Pricewaterhouse Coopers, Canada.

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5-4- PPPs for Highways, Mexican Experience. Ing. Amado Athie.

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Session 6: Concluding Remark

6- Public Private Partnerships - What Next? Henri Chua, PIARC Technical Committee A.2 Chairman.

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The Seminar