Plan Hillsborough and University of South Florida have researched and compiled a review of case studies discussing value added or capture mechanisms deployed in the delivery of various transit systems, this review not only provided an evaluation of value added or capture options, but also recognized key persons and organizations whose insights may be beneficial for next steps in Hillsborough County. The research was showcased September 25, 2020 during a virtual knowledge share.
Value added strategies are public financing tools that recover a share of the financial benefit of public infrastructure investments such as transit or roads which can also spur and increase the worth of private investments. The event consisted of two topic discussions:
Jay Collins, Planning Commission