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- AASHTO, FHWA, FTA, and NCHRP. International Scan: Reducing Congestion and Funding Transportation Using Variable Road Pricing, Initial Report. Washington, D.C. January 2010.
- Bordoff, J., Noel, P., Pay-As-You-Drive Auto Insurance: A Simple Way to Reduce Driving-Related Harms and Increase Equity. Brookings. 2007
- Cambridge Systematics, Mercator Advisors, A.E. Pisarski, and M. Wachs. Future Financing Options to Meet Highway and Transit Needs, NCHRP 20-24(49). Transportation Research Board, The National Academies, Washington, D.C. December 2006.
- Deloitte Research. Combating Gridlock: How Pricing Road Use Can Ease Congestion, 2003
- Donath, M., A. Gorjestani, C. Shankwitz, R. Hoglund, E. Arpin, P.M. Cheng, A. Menon, and B. Newstrom. Technology Enabling Near-Term Nationwide Implementation of Distance Based Road User Fees, #CTS09-20, Intelligent Transportation Systems Institute, University of Minnesota, June 2009.
- Ferreira. J., Minikel, E. Pay‐As‐You‐Drive Auto Insurance in Massachusetts: A Risk Assessment and Report On Consumer, Industry: and Environmental Benefits. Conservation Law Foundation & Environmental Insurance Agency. November 2010
- Goodin, G., R. T. Baker, and L. Taylor. Mileage-Based User Fees: Defining a Path Toward Implementation. Phase 2: An Assessment of Institutional Issues. University Transportation Center for Mobility, Texas Transportation Institute. November 2009.
- Grush, B. and G. Roth. 2009. “Paying for Roads in the 21st Century with TDP Pricing.” Presented at the Transportation Research Board 88th Annual Meeting. Washington, D.C., January 2009.
- I-95 Corridor Coalition. Final Research Report: Administrative and Legal Issues Associated with a Multi-State VMT-Based Charge System. November 2010
- NSTIFC. Paying Our Way: A New Framework for Transportation Finance. Washington, D.C. February 2006.
- NSTPRSC. Transportation for Tomorrow: Report of the National Surface Transportation Policy and Revenue Study Commission. Washington, D.C. December 2007.
- Puget Sound Regional Council. Traffic Choices Study – Summary Report. April. 2008.
- Sorensen, P., L. Ecola, M. Wachs, M. Donath, L. Munnich, and B. Serian. Implementable Strategies for Shifting to Direct Usage-Based Charges for Transportation Funding, NCHRP 20-24(69). Transportation Research Board, The National Academies, Washington, D.C. June 2009.
- Sorensen, P., M. Wachs, L. Ecola. System Trials to Demonstrate Mileage-Based Road Use Charges, NCHRP 20-24(69)A. Transportation Research Board, The National Academies, Washington, D.C. October 2010.
- Transportation Research Board (TRB). The Fuel Tax and Alternatives for Transportation. The National Academies, Washington, D.C., 2005
- Whitty, J.M. Road User Fee Task Force: Report to the 72nd Oregon Legislative Assembly on the Possible Alternatives to the Current System of Taxing Highway Use Through Motor Vehicle Fuel Taxes. Oregon Department of Transportation. 2003.
- Whitty, J.M. Oregon’s Mileage Fee Concept and Road User Fee Pilot Program: Final Report. Oregon Department of Transportation, November 2007.
- Whitty, J.M. and J.R. Svadlenak. Discerning the Pathway to Implementation of a National Mileage-Based Charging System. Transportation Research Board, Washington, D.C. October, 2009.