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States Explore User-Based Revenue Mechanisms for Highway Funding
October 19, 2020 by NAPA Government Affairs

Since September 2020, the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) has awarded over $50 million in demonstration grants to states for the purpose of exploring user-based alternative revenue mechanisms to restore the long-term solvency of the Highway Trust Fund. NAPA has prepared a high-level report on the program to encourage industry involvement at the state level. Two multi-state efforts – the I-95 Corridor Coalition and the Western Road User Charge Consortium – are bringing together leaders from state transportation coalitions to share best practices and develop recommendations to the FHWA. Missouri and Minnesota have also received grants individually. The findings from these demonstration programs will guide Congress when it takes up a multi-year surface transportation reauthorization bill next year.

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