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Wednesday, July 7 • 2:15pm - 3:30pm
Building Acceptability into Road User Charging Programs

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The societal pressures we know today – increased population and economic activity around geographic hubs – will all worsen over the next decade, placing additional stress on transportation infrastructure and increasing commuting times, absent demand management policies. The need to charge according to a growing number of parameters (such as location, destination and number of occupants) will thus become even more appealing to policy-makers. For drivers, journey time will no longer be the only variable, since frequent trade-offs will need to be made between time and cost, possibly embedded within the vehicle’s navigation system. Faced with this changing paradigm, what are ways to ensure road users recognize and accept the merits of Road User Charging?

Speakers
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Steve Morello

Business Development Strategist, CDM Smith
Steve Morello has 29 years of experience in the transportation sector focusing on the development of projects covering light and heavy vehicle road usage charging, ITS rollout, traditional tolling, urban congestion charging, electronic road pricing, and automated enforcement.
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Asha Weinstein Agrawal

Director of Education, Mineta Transportation Institute
Asha Weinstein Agrawal is Director of MTI’s National Transportation Finance Center at San José State University, the MTI Education Director, and a Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at San José State. Her research agenda is guided by a commitment to the principles of sustainability... Read More →
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Nina Elter

Senior Vice President, EROAD
Nina, based in Germany, has over 20 years of experience working within the technology, trucking, tolling and fuel card sectors globally. She brings extensive expertise in these areas and is considered a global expert in transportation funding. Nina joined EROAD in 2012 and is responsible... Read More →
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Barbara Rohde

Executive Director, Mileage Based User Fee Alliance
Barbara Rohde is the Executive Director of The MBUF Alliance that was created as an educational organization to further information on mileage based user fee projects in the United States and worldwide.  Currently, members include State DOTS, local units of government, various consulting... Read More →


Wednesday July 7, 2021 2:15pm - 3:30pm EDT