Transportation Financing in Changing Times Roundtable
The State and Local Policy Program at the University of Minnesota invites you to attend the first in a series of roundtables focused on familiarizing state transportation and policy leaders with Distance Based User Fees (DBUF) and Minnesota's role in what is happening nationally.
Monday, November 18th from 3pm - 5pm
Dr. Josie Johnson Community Room (Room 180)
Humphrey School of Public Affairs
This event will convene three experts who have unique perspectives on keeping transportation finance in pace with a changing transportation landscape:
Adrian Moore - The Reason Foundation
Adrian will explore the national perspective and the congressional interest in this issue, including the support at the federal level for Distance Based User Fees.
Anthony Buckley - Washington Department of Transportation
Anthony will delve in to what is happening at the state level with user fees, particularly in the western states. He will share experience from Washington's ambitious DBUF initiative.
Kenneth Buckeye - Minnesota Department of Transportation
Ken will offer Minnesota's perspective and history with Distance Based User Fees. He will share the unique approach Minnesota is taking to move DBUF forward in the state.
Coffee and light refreshments will be provided.
Event is free to attend, but space is limited; please register in advance using this form.