Mileage-based user fees : defining a path toward implementation phase 1, defining a research strategy, final report, November 2009.
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Mileage-based user fees : defining a path toward implementation phase 1, defining a research strategy, final report, November 2009.

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    Mileage-based user fees, defining a path toward implementation : phase 1, defining a research strategy, final report, November 2009.
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    Final report; Oct. 1, 2008-Feb. 28, 2009.
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    NTL-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-Funding;NTL-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION-HIGHWAY/ROAD TRANSPORTATION;NTL-INTELLIGENT TRANSPORTATION SYSTEMS-Electronic Payment and Pricing;NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-Technology Transfer;
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    This report documents early activities of a two‐phase research effort composed of three interrelated

    components: 1) a technology assessment, 2) an institutional assessment, and 3) a one‐day

    implementation‐focused symposium. Each component builds from the mileage‐based user fee

    framework developed with funding in 2008 from the University Transportation Center for Mobility™

    ("Feasibility of Mileage‐Based User Fees: Application in Rural/Small Urban Areas of Northeast Texas",

    TRIS Accession Number 01121765).

    The technology assessment evaluated mileage‐based user fee technology configurations currently in

    use internationally and under study domestically. The technology assessment established what

    technologies are available for a regional mileage‐based user fee system that would best meet the

    objectives outlined in the user fee framework developed in the previous phase of this research. As

    part of this effort researchers also assembled a technology assessment team comprised of various

    specialists in order to provide input on the technologies being discussed. The institutional assessment

    was conducted in conjunction with the technology assessment and involved the study of various user

    fee frameworks in place throughout the United States. This assessment aided in determining the most

    appropriate model to incorporate for a mileage‐based user fee system administered by the NET RMA

    pursuant to the objectives of the mileage‐based user fee framework. A one‐day symposium in April

    2009, conducted in Phase 2 of the project, brought together domestic and international

    transportation specialists for the purpose of identifying a possible pathway toward full

    implementation of a mileage‐based user fee as a replacement for the fuel tax.

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