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Seminars : (SR500A) Use Transportation Utility Fee (TUF) to Fund Roadway Maintenance & Enhance Safety

Seminar Details
Seminar Host:

No presence informationBishop, Thay (FHWA)

Title:

(SR500A) Use Transportation Utility Fee (TUF) to Fund Roadway Maintenance & Enhance Safety

Seminar Start Date:


5/14/2020 1:00 PM

Seminar End Time:


5/14/2020 3:00 PM

Location:

Web Conferencing

Description:

FHWA Value Capture Implementation Team in partnership with local experts will conduct a virtual peer exchange using a web conferencing platform on Thursday, May 14, 2020 from 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM ET.  This peer exchange will highlight how our partners approach funding shortfalls for on-going repair, maintenance, and replacement needs, and enhancing safety including the reconstruction of streets and bringing sidewalks and ramps up to current ADA standards.   Find out how TUFs can improve your agency’s roadway conditions!
A Transportation Utility Fee, also known as a Street Maintenance Fee, Road User Fee, or Street Utility Fee, is a monthly fee based on use of the transportation system paid by residences and businesses within the city limits to ensure roadways are repaired & maintained to ensure street systems operate at appropriate level.
If your city, county, township, or tribe is facing funding challenges to keep your roadways in good condition and proper safety is maintained for all mobilities, come to learn from your peer experts.
TARGET AUDIENCE:
Metropolitan and Rural Planning/Programming Organization, States, Cities, Counties, Townships, and Tribal Transportation Professionals and public officials.  Anyone involved in planning, development, and/or administration of the Capital Improvement Plan and Value Capture Program Elements

Target Audience & Presenters:

OST,FHWA Executive Leadership Team,State DOT,Field Office,HQ,City, County, Township, Tribes, & MPOs

Format:


Web Conference only

Seats:


300