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10 years through transfers to private investors (e.g., Pocahontas State or public toll authority (project sponsor); Parkway and Dulles Greenway, and the Northwest Parkway Equity participants, such as: toll road outside Denver) after failing to meet traffic and rev- Integrated transportation companies, enue projections. International construction companies, Funds, and Developer/concessionaire. PUBLICPRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS PARTICIPANTS Lenders (e.g., commercial banks); A PPP in transportation consists of several participants that Design and construction companies; come together to deliver a specific project, including: Operating companies. Public sector decision makers (i.e., members of the legislature);