IBTTA Finance and Road Usage Charging Summit

This Summit features a deep dive into the challenges facing transportation finance, including post-pandemic travel markets and risks, inflationary pressures, supply chain vulnerabilities and rising interest rates. For the second consecutive year, this meeting will spotlight distance-based road charging as a promising solution for a dedicated and sustainable source of future transportation revenue.

This meeting is tailored to transportation finance professionals and everyone interested in the future of transportation user fees. Whether you call it RUC, MBUF or VMT, IBTTA will be covering all aspects of distance-based road charging, including lessons from the ongoing state programs and research to the future implementation pathways to address privacy, administrative costs, communications, data standards and mileage reporting options.

As a platinum sponsor, HNTB partners with IBTTA to support industry sharing and collaboration.

Learn more about HNTB’s work on road usage charging.

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Hourly Schedule

Sunday, June 9

3 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
RUC BREAKOUT: Procurement Workshop: Strategies For Successful RFPs And Vendor Engagements
As government organizations explore RUC programs, engaging vendors to provide commercial account management and other essential program services is an important step often into new territory. Vendors must prepare responses to a variety of new programs and local objectives. Join an interactive discussion and engaging workshop, which will break down the barriers to effective procurement in road usage charging.
Speakers:
Kary Witt

Monday, June 10

4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
Best Practices in Agency Financial Management
Managing finances in a toll operation covers a wide area of expertise: investing, borrowing, budgeting, forecasting, insuring, auditing, reporting, compliance, etc. Keeping up with best practices is an essential ingredient for successful organizations. Learn from the experiences, successes, and challenges of colleagues in the business across various financial management functions.
Speakers:
Andrew Doyle
4 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The Future’s So Bright… Promising Road Charging Tech Trends
Technology is not only evolving rapidly but crossing multiple sectors and business disciplines at the same time. Sometimes, it is challenging to make sense of how it all fits together and how to best integrate developments. Gain insights into how new technology addresses cost, operations, privacy, and policy considerations in RUC and tolling. Share views on integrating vehicle standards, road charging, and tolling, and provide lessons we can learn from other large-scale transportation technology deployments.
Speakers:
Timothy McGuckin

Tuesday, June 11

1 p.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Equity: Policy vs. Practice
Equity is a key concern for transportation projects and road pricing programs. But what have the real results of current equity practices been? How are we proceeding from policy to implementation and effective practice? Engage in an interactive discussion with the panel and the audience to spotlight relevant experiences.
Speakers:
Samantha Soules
Kary Witt
Kary Witt
Vice President, National Toll Market Practice Leader
Andrew Doyle
Andrew Doyle
Associate Vice President, Director Advisory
Timothy McGuckin
Timothy McGuckin
Toll Technology Senior Consultant
Samantha Soules
Samantha Soules
Program Manager