As gas taxes dwindle, policymakers in the U.S. have had to divert billions of dollars from the general fund and other non-transportation funds to pay for infrastructure. This is increasing pressure on transportation policymakers to search for new, viable road financing mechanisms. Currently, a number of states are conducting or planning mileage-based user fee pilot projects.
The Mileage-Based User Fee Alliance holds workshops throughout the year to educate and inform thought leaders on using mileage-based user fees as a viable financial basis for funding transportation infrastructure.
To learn more or request a workshop in your state, contact us.