April 14-15, 2009
This symposium brought together professionals in the field of road user fees to share information and advance the discussion of user-based fees as a potential replacement for the fuel tax. Representatives from past, current and upcoming pilot studies and implementations presented lessons learned and key study topics from their projects. Panel discussions addressed specific topics such as legislative and policy issues, public acceptance challenges, potential technology applications, and institutional issues. The symposium incorporated interactive discussion sessions on logical next steps as well as the associated challenges and opportunities.
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|263K||The Path Forward
Ginger Goodin and Richard "Trey" Baker, Texas Transportation Institute
|199K||Recap of Major Themes
David Ungemah, Texas Transportation Institute
Symposium Planning Committee
- Ginger Goodin, Chair, Texas Transportation Institute
- Lee Munnich, Hubert H. Humphrey Institute of Public Affairs, University of Minnesota
- Robert Johns, Center for Transportation Studies, University of Minnesota
- Kenneth Buckeye, Minnesota Department of Transportation
- James Whitty, Oregon Department of Transportation
- Richard Trey Baker, Texas Transportation Institute
- Katherine Turnbull, Texas Transportation Institute
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