Private Contributions

Private contributions in the form of equity, property, or in-kind services can be considered a type of value capture. These contributions are distinct from negotiated exactions in that a private entity provides the contribution voluntarily. A private landowner, developer, or business/service provider makes such a contribution to enhance the feasibility or financing of the project, because it expects that the long-term value it will derive from the project will exceed its initial contribution. This value is often in expected business activity or development facilitated by improved mobility or accessibility afforded by the project. Private equity invested in P3 design-build-finance-operate concessions is not considered to be a form of value capture.


Acadia National Park Historic Carriage Roads - Bar Harbor, Maine

Atlantic Station 17th Street Bridge - Atlanta, Georgia

BelRed Street Network - Bellevue, Washington

CenterPoint Intermodal Center - Joliet - Joliet, Illinois (Metropolitan Chicago region)

Chicago Region Environmental and Transportation Efficiency Program (CREATE) - Chicago, Illinois

Eleventh Street Bridge Project - Washington, DC

Freeway Park: Washington State Convention Center Expansion Project - Seattle, Washington

Gateway Arch National Park, St. Louis, Missouri

Grand Canyon National Park - Arizona

Heartland Corridor - Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio

I-40 and Radio Road Interchange Project - El Reno, Oklahoma

King Coal Highway - West Virginia

Klyde Warren Park - Dallas, Texas

Mount Rushmore Road Corridor, City of Rapid City, South Dakota

Orchard Pond Parkway - Tallahassee, Florida

Poinciana Parkway - Osceola and Polk Counties, Florida

Reno Transportation Rail Access Corridor (ReTRAC) - Reno, Nevada

Route 33 Interchange Project - Easton, Pennsylvania Region

South Bay Expressway (formerly SR 125 South) - San Diego County, California

The Park at Penn's Landing - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania