The Transportation, Infrastructure, and Mobility practice will help businesses, agencies, and communities address their infrastructure and transportation needs through public-private partnerships and through effective public arrangements. Our attorneys have decades of experience working with and for agencies that are responsible for important transportation and infrastructure projects. Our skilled practitioners offer practical advice on how to navigate the complex regulatory environments involved in large transportation and infrastructure projects, including the procurement process and contract administration. They can also determine available innovative funding mechanisms for these projects, such as the financing methods used in the formation of Boston’s Seaport District and the operation of its Greenway, as well as traditional federal grant funding programs.

In addition to representation of private parties with transportation and infrastructure needs, we have provided counsel to transportation agencies on many diverse matters such as procurement of operational contracts, vehicle delivery, and public-private partnerships. We have also provided experienced counsel to successfully assist these agencies with their litigation needs.

The practice group will also focus on the legal needs of the burgeoning mobility industry, including companies that are developing mobility-as-a-service options, those creating the technology for autonomous vehicles, and micro-mobility shared service options such as scooter and bike sharing. This important industry will be at the center of local and national discussions as technology solutions are explored to reduce transportation climate change impacts. Potomac Law's experienced intellectual property attorneys, as well as corporate, tax, public policy and litigation professionals, are also available to counsel those involved in the growing mobility industry.

Counsel with significant regulatory experience will be increasingly necessary to help private industry, regulatory agencies, and communities navigate the many challenges to adapt to these technological opportunities. We are here to help.

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