This event, co-sponsored by the Minnesota Department of Transportation (MnDOT), the Mileage-Based User Fee Alliance (MBUFA), and the University of Minnesota’s Humphrey School of Public Affairs and Center for Transportation Studies is the third in a series of roundtables hosted by the Humphrey School’s State and Local Policy Program at the University of Minnesota that focuses on familiarizing state transportation and policy leaders with distance-based user fees and user-based transportation funding alternatives.
At this roundtable, you'll hear national and state experts and policy leaders discuss the potential future transition to distance-based user fees. Minnesota transportation leaders will discuss Minnesota’s Distance Based Fee (DBF) demonstration project and Minnesota legislative perspectives on a future transition to a new system of road usage charges.
- Commissioner Margaret Anderson Kelliher, Minnesota Department of Transportation
- Barbara Rohde, Executive Director, Mileage-Based User Fee Alliance
- Kenneth Buckeye, DBF Project Director, Minnesota Department of Transportation
- Michael Warren, Vice President, WSP
- Frank Douma, Director, State and Local Policy Program, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
- Chris Berrens, Planning Director,Transportation Performance, Risk & Investment Analysis, Minnesota Department of Transportation
- Lee Munnich, Senior Researcher, Humphrey School of Public Affairs
- Susan Binder, Principal, Cambridge Systematics, Inc.
- Douglas Shinkle, Program Director, National Conference of State Legislature (NCSL) Transportation Program
- Rep. Steve Elkins, Minnesota House of Representatives
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