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A. T Reno
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The Fuel Tax Report and Alternatives for Transportation Funding. Alternatives to motor fuel taxes for financing surface transportation improvements.

The Fuel Tax Report and Alternatives for Transportation Funding. Energy Information Administration. Department of Energy, Office of Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Vehicle Technologies Program.

106 NCHRP Report 377: Alternatives to Motor Fuel Taxes for Financing Surface Transportation Improvements and subse- quent studies have pointed out that continued improvements in fuel efficiency will likely diminish the effectiveness of motor fuel taxes as a method fo. .

106 NCHRP Report 377: Alternatives to Motor Fuel Taxes for Financing Surface Transportation Improvements and subse- quent studies have pointed out that continued improvements in fuel efficiency will likely diminish the effectiveness of motor fuel taxes as a method for financing highways. In addition, higher fuel prices, increased congestion, and telecommuting have resulted in shifting patterns of behavior, causing individ- uals to either drive less or switch to alternative modes.

5NCHRP Report 377: Alternatives to Motor Fuel Taxes for Financing Surface Transportation Improvements and subse- quent studies have pointed out that continued improvements in fuel efficiency will likely diminish the effectiveness of motor fuel taxes as a method fo.

5NCHRP Report 377: Alternatives to Motor Fuel Taxes for Financing Surface Transportation Improvements and subse- quent studies have pointed out that continued improvements in fuel efficiency will likely diminish the effectiveness of motor fuel taxes as a method for financing highways. In addition, higher fuel prices, increased congestion, and telecommuting have resulted in shifting patterns of behavior, causing individ- uals to either travel less or switch to alternative modes. As a result of these trends, the motor fuel tax system faces uncer- tainties.

Surface transportation improvements are financed from a variety of user fees, general taxes, special .

Surface transportation improvements are financed from a variety of user fees, general taxes, special purpose taxes, and private charges. Funds for highway and transit improvements come from all levels of government as well as the private sector. Freight rail improvements are financed almost entirely from charges to customers although some public-private partnerships (PPPs) recently have been established. Surface Transportation Finance Through 2025 Motor fuel taxes have been the principal source of highway funding at the State and Federal levels for 80 years, although other revenues are more prominent in the funding of local roads and transit.

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Our nation is faced with a shortfall in funding desired transportation improvement programs. This report examines the problems associated with increased transportation demands in Texas and financing the expansion and maintenance of the state’s transportation system. This is a result of increased vehicle miles traveled and significant population growth that has outpaced the state’s transportation fund availability. Community and Regional Planning.

Increased fuel efficiency and the use of alternative fuels were seen as potential threats to future road finance due to the heavy reliance on fuel taxes. Much has happened since 1995. Technological progress in vehicle fuel-efficiency, alternative fuel vehicles, and methods of collecting alternative types of revenue, has been substantial

Where appropriate, the weighted average also takes into consideration the typical percentages of premium, midgrade, and regular fuel purchased in each state.

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