Governments have historically used bond financings, custom lease structures, special tax districts, tax incentives and credits, as well as usage fees, to facilitate funding of infrastructure projects. They have also increasingly turning to private capital to supplement or replace public financing. Multiple drivers are catalyzing increased private sector involvement. They include, among others, (i) funding shortfalls at each level of government caused by limits on tax increases and available debt; (ii) divestitures of existing infrastructure assets to raise capital for new investments; (iii) initiatives to obtain private sector management and technical expertise to improve service efficiency; (iv) enactments of favorable PPP legislation by federal and state governments; and (v) availability of debt and equity financing from private investment sources. Government has a huge role to catalyze infrastructure development that goes far beyond traditional projects and financing.