2 edition of Technology evaluation for implementation of VMT based revenue collection systems found in the catalog.
Technology evaluation for implementation of VMT based revenue collection systems
David S. Kim
|Statement||by David S. Kim, David Porter and Robin Wurl, for Oregon Dept. of Transportation Road User Fee Task Force.|
|Contributions||Porter, David., Wurl, Robin., Oregon. Dept. of Transportation. Research Group., Oregon. Dept. of Transportation. Road User Fee Task Force.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 54 p. :|
|Number of Pages||54|
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Evaluation Framework. Chapter Six. Elements of a VMT-Fee System. Chapter Seven. Preliminary Assessment of VMT-Fee Options. Chapter Eight. Analysis of Most Promising VMT-Fee Options. Chapter Nine. Implementation Steps and Strategies. Chapter Ten. Preparing for Implementation by Appendix A. Existing Programs and Proposals. Appendix B. State. VMT Product Portfolio. Innovative systems and product solutions in the fields of navigation technology, production and logistics management, deformation and process monitoring as well as data management: Combined into efficient, modern, net-worked solutions that ensure streamlined processes and seamless quality assurance for every tunnel project.
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TECHNOLOGY EVALUATION FOR IMPLEMENTATION OF VMT BASED REVENUE COLLECTION SYSTEMS 6. Pe rf om ing O g aniz t n Code 7. Author(s) David S.
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Three income-based variable-rate VMT fee scenarios are introduced. • All policy scenarios are tested with a statewide transportation model in Maryland. • Income-based VMT fees can protect lower-income HHs while generating more revenue.
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options for VMT data and fee collection centers. Finally, David Kim, David Porter and Robin Wurl, Oregon State University, generously provided information relating to their companion study evaluating technology for implementation of VMT-based revenue collection systems.
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Collectively, they offer a wealth of technical, institutional, and political lessons relevant to the design and implementation of VMT fees. High-level observations include: â ¢ Designing and implementing a system of VMT fees represents a complex undertaking, posing a broad range of technical, institutional, and political challenges.
Inthe Oregon Legislature established the Road User Fee Task Force which considered 28 different funding ideas that could replace the current system for revenue collection.
This task force recommended that the Oregon Department of Transportation conduct a pilot program to study two strategies called the Oregon Mileage Fee Concept.
Executive Summary. Background: The Integrated Revenue Collections Project (Project) is a systems development project in partnership between the Taxpayer Services and Debt Management Branch (TSDMB) and the Information Technology Branch (ITB). The Project objective is to develop technological tools, collectively referred to as Integrated Revenue Collections (IRC), to support.
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Through the network-side connection to the PLC (programmable logic controller) of the Herrenknecht tunnel boring machine there will be a permanent ongoing data collection of all available machine data. Alternative Approaches to Heady Vehicle Taxation Applications Manual - Estimahng VMT-Related Revenue Estimating VMT-Related Revenue This chapter presents procedures for using data on vehicle characteristics and usage to estimate the revenue that should be generated by registration fees, fuel taxes' and weight- distance taxes.
The GST legislation before its implementation faced resistance from the state governments due to the fear of loss of revenue to the state governments.
The GST was introduced in India on July 1. One alternative widely proposed to the fuel tax is a “Vehicle Miles Traveled” (VMT) tax. Under this system, drivers pay a fee based on miles traveled rather than a tax on the amount of fuel used.
The VMT tax concept can serve broader policy aims as well, by enabling policy makers to set variable fees in.VMT ® supplies turnkey image processing, laser sensor systems and customized vision solutions for all industrial sectors.
VMT solutions are based on our own self-developed product lines which cover the entire applications spectrum. As the competence center for vision solutions in the Pepperl+Fuchs group, VMT offers absolute high-level technology combined with highest investment security.The programmatic implementation and administration of a system of VMT-based road-use fees will require a range of tasks and duties, and it does seem reasonable to expect that private actors may be well-suited (if not exclusively so) to accomplish some of the necessary activities.