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Indiana University Announces a New Study (to be issued January, 2017) which Concludes VMT is the Solution for Infrastructure Investment

Indiana University announces, “A study that forecasts state and federal fuel tax revenues based on different fuel taxation policies found adoption of a vehicle mileage tax would best meet highway construction needs in the long run.” The study, co-authored by Jerome Dumortier, an assistant professor in the School of Public and Environmental Affairs at Indiana […] The post Indiana University Announces a New Study (to be issued January, 2017) which Concludes VMT is the Solution for Infrastructure Investment appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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