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Symposium on Mileage-Based User Fees and Transportation Finance

April 29 – May 1, 2012 | Jersey City, New Jersey

  • Final Agenda [PDF]
  • Thematic Report [PDF]
  • Questions relating to presentations can be directed to Cheryle Arnold.
  • To receive a form for professional development hours, please email Kathleen Davis.
Sunday, April 29, 2012 to Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Session Date: 
Sunday, April 29, 2012
Session Description: 

The Future of Transportation Funding: Setting the Stage

  • Lee Munnich [presentation]
  • Jack Basso [presentation]
  • Lee Munich [presentation]
  • Mark Murriello [presentation]

Mileage-Based User Fee Projects in Minnesota

Making the Difference: Mixing and Matching your Funding and Financing to Make a Transportation Project Work

  • Pamela Bailey-Campbell [presentation]
  • Nathan Macek [presentation]
  • Kathleen Sharman [presentation not available]
  • Deborah Sharpless [presentation]
Session Date: 
Monday, April 30, 2012
Session Description: 

Prospects for Tolling Interstate Highways

Practical and Policy Issues Workshop on Mileage-Based User Fees

This was a panel discussion, PowerPoint presentations were not used in this session.

The Important Role of the MBUF Alliance

  • Jack Basso (remarks only)

Examining Mileage-Based User Fees in a Multi-State Context

One PowerPoint presentation represented all panelists. [presentation}

  • Mark Muriello 
  • Caitlin Hughes Rayman
  • Kurt Myers
  • Frederick "Fritz" Schrank

What are the Revenue and Financial Implications of All-Electronic Toll Collection?

  • Michael McDermott [remarks only]
  • Laura Barrientos [remarks only]
  • Adam Torres [remarks only]
  • David Klinges [presentation]

Is the Technology of the Future Here Today?

Road User Charging: Values and Benefits

Session Date: 
Tuesday, May 1, 2012
Session Description: 

The Mileage-Based User Fee Town Hall Meeting

The panelists in this session each make remarks following Garry's presentation.  The group then had small discussion groups.

  • Garry Golden [presentation]

The Toll Interoperability Hub: A Foundation for MBUF?

Update on Activities in the U.S. to Transition to VMT

International Applications

Current Obstacles and Potential Solutions to Finance Transportation Infrastructure

What's Next for the Transportation Policy Agenda

This panel was discussion only.

NJ Today, New Jersey’s source for statewide and topical news, visited the IBTTA’s Symposium on Mileage-Based User Fees and Transportation Finance Summit held in Jersey City. On Monday, May 1, 2012, NJ Today interviewed IBTTA members Ed Regan (CDM Smith) and George Schoener (I-95 Corridor Coalition), and IBTTA’s Executive Director, Pat Jones. The story appears below. More information on NJ Today can be found on their website.