Searching for Solutions, A Policy Discussion Series Number 14: The FHWA Highway Cost Allocation Workshop
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Searching for Solutions, A Policy Discussion Series Number 14: The FHWA Highway Cost Allocation Workshop

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      An October 12 and 13, 1994 the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), in cooperation with the American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO), sponsored a workshop on highway cost allocation. Over 65 participants, including representatives of Federal and State transportation agencies, transportation industry groups, universities, and other public and private organizations attend this 2-day workshop. Five plenary sessions and two breakout sessions were held. Presentations during the plenary sessions covered the following topics: Federal studies and research since 1982 related to highway cost allocation. State perspectives on highway cost allocation. Review of prevent State highway cost allocation studies. Highway cost allocation implications of the Intermodal Surface Transportation Act (ISTEA). Evolution of 1982 Federal highway cost allocation methods. Marginal cost pricing considerations for highway cost allocation. Other approaches to highway cost allocation. Cost allocation implications of changes in Federal and State highway finance since 1982 and the outlook for the future. How environmental and other externalities should be treated in Federal highway cost allocation. Technical issues in highway cost allocation.
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