With fuels taxes in decline, tolling enjoys growing acceptance as an important component of the U.S. transportation funding mix. A 2018 HNTB America THINKS survey found 79 percent of Americans are willing to pay tolls to avoid congestion and delays, even when free alternatives are available.
Industry leadership from HNTB's experts
Priced Managed Lanes - a Proven Mobility Strategy - are Rapidly Expanding Across the U.S.
PMLs are a critical mechanism for reducing urban traffic congestion.
The Evolution of Non-Toll Revenue Sources
Learn more about the many options toll agencies are pursuing to strengthen their bottom lines using non-toll revenue sources.
Toll Agencies: Ready, Set, Grow
Agencies should be ready for influx of connected and automated vehicle technology.
How to Defeat the Congestion Scourge
Traffic congestion can be alleviated through a variety of techniques.
Toll Facility Ratings: A Credit Perspective
Toll agencies that understand ratings factors can gain a competitive edge in new facility construction and expansion.
Putting Tolling to Work
Read more about best practices in developing a toll implementation plan.
We're Getting Close - a Progress Report on National Toll System Interoperability
Three regional hubs have emerged, and they now are becoming interoperable, putting the U.S. toll industry closer to its goal of national interoperability. Learn more about the industry’s progress since MAP-21.
America THINKS: Funding Congestion Solutions - 2018
HNTB survey finds Americans, who are frustrated with increasing congestion, are willing to pay higher taxes and tolls to fund infrastructure improvements.
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HNTB's projects and experts in the news
A Progress Report on US Toll System Interoperability - CiTTi
Kevin Hoeflich, national toll services leader, explains how the U.S. toll industry is making significant strides toward realizing its goal of national interoperability.
Will New York Take a Chance on High-Tech Congestion Pricing? - City & State New York
How much drivers pay could depend on what technology is used to charge them. Read more.
Congestion Pricing: Is There a Perfect Technology Solution? - Government Technology
As New York and other cities eye congestion pricing plans, transportation experts say coupling the cost with better, cheaper alternatives could go a long way in reducing traffic in dense urban areas.
When Will We Have a Nationwide Toll Transponder System? - USA Today
Kevin Hoeflich, national toll services leader, speaks to what the future holds for interoperability.
Relevant articles on a variety of infrastructure projects
Diverse Contracting Program Drives GDOT's Historic Initiative - Transportation Point
Eleven projects valued at $11 billion will be delivered by 2030 under multiple delivery models. Read more about the Major Mobility Investment Program, which will be delivered using only alternative contracting methods.
Keeping Austin Moving - THINK
Austin has earned a reputation as one of America’s most vibrant and livable cities. The region’s transportation leaders are striving to keep this extraordinary momentum through creative, multimodal solutions. Learn more.
Blue-Sky Thinking Helps Break the Barriers for Change - SOLVE
Achieving what we once thought was impossible starts with asking new, bold questions.
Utilizing Priced Managed Lanes to Improve Mobility - SOLVE
PMLs can be an effective tool to reduce congestion in critical corridors.
Public-Private Partnerships - SOLVE
Learn more about a growing option in infrastructure's delivery toolbox.
Profiles of HNTB leaders who can speak to the firm's extensive toll industry expertise