G38, H54, H76, R40, R42
An indicator of the economic crisis generated by COVID-19, provided by the National Institute of Statistics is the decrease in the numbers of passengers in collective transport and international tourists arriving in Spain in 2020. To overcome this economic crisis, this paper analyzes, by using exploratory research methodology, the implementation of new passenger transportation infrastructures through public-private partnerships. With this approach, it will be possible to mobilize private capital, create jobs, obtain tax return and generate economic activity. We propose that priority actions related to the areas of collective public transport, urban mobility and road safety on conventional roads, should be carried out by the Association of Construction Companies and Infrastructure Concessionaires and the Spanish Association of Engineering, Consulting and Technological Services.
Rotellar-García, José-María and González-Medrano, Mario
"Public-Private Partnerships in Transportation Infrastructures: A Tool to Overcome the Post-Covid-19 Economic Crisis in Spain,"
Journal of New Finance: Vol. 2:
1, Article 2.
Available at: https://jnf.ufm.edu/journal/vol2/iss1/2