Departments of Transportation in Pennsylvania and Delaware, along with many other states in the region, expect to have up to 1,000 volunteers participate in Phase 2 of the I-95 Corridor Coalition’s Mileage-Based User Fee (MBUF) Pilot. The pilot is designed to further explore the feasibility of replacing the current fuel tax system with MBUF in a multi-state environment. Additionally, the viability of leveraging the MBUF system to handle tolls along the I-95 Corridor will be examined using Azuga’s easy-to-use connected car technology.
Only simulated funds are used for this pilot.
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Tolling—for a select group of participants. Azuga’s easy-to-use connected car technology accurately captures proximity to toll stations and tallies tolls for fair monthly assessments. Though, no actual funds will be transferred as part of the pilot.
For more information go to www.i95coalitionmbuf.org (enrollment is closed as of Aug. 23, 2019)