Road user fee task force report to the 72nd Oregon Legislative Assembly on the possible alternatives of the current system of taxing highway use through motor vehicle fuel taxes
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Road user fee task force report to the 72nd Oregon Legislative Assembly on the possible alternatives of the current system of taxing highway use through motor vehicle fuel taxes

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    NTL-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-Alternative Finance;NTL-ECONOMICS AND FINANCE-Funding;NTL-PLANNING AND POLICY-Technology Transfer;
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    Recognizing that the fuel tax is a declining revenue source for Oregon's road system, the 2001 Oregon Legislative Assembly passed House Bill 3946, mandating the formation of the Road User Fee Task Force with the mission to develop a design for revenue collection for Oregon's roads and highways that will replace the current system for revenue collection. The task force made a number of policy choices to develop an alternative to the current revenue system for road funding and analyzed 28 potential revenue mechanisms. The task force recommends any new system be founded upon user pay methods directly related to providing road infrastructure and services. The task force developed four revenue sources for the new revenue system. The only broad revenue source that the task force believes could ultimately replace the fuel tax is a mileage fee. The other three revenue sources would address specific problems related to road revenue and are designed for certain geographical areas, certain road projects or certain road users. While the report is dated March 2003, it was adopted by the legislature on February 14, 2003.
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