America's cities and counties need to prepare if they hope to access dwindling federal infrastructure dollars

As the Trump Administration rolls out a new infrastructure plan, the reality is that if the plan becomes law, federal money will be harder to get for local projects, not easier.

Approval of the plan would mark a formal change in the federal government’s role in funding infrastructure. This would continue a trend, says project finance expert Fred Springer of the law firm Bryant Miller Olive: Municipalities and private investors have already been covering more and more of the cost of infrastructure funding.

To learn more about Springer’s advice for municipalities seeking funding, read the full story here.

Attorney Fred Springer is an expert in public-private partnerships having worked on notable projects such as the Miami Port Tunnel, the First Coast Outer Beltway, and the I-77 High Occupancy Toll Lanes.