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First progress report on the federal highway cost allocation study

First progress report on the federal highway cost allocation study

report of the secretary of transportation to the United States Congress pursuant to section 506, Public Law 95-599, Surface Transportation Assistance Act of 1978

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Published by U.S. Dept. of Transportation in Washington, D.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Roads -- United States -- Finance

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    ContributionsUnited States. Dept. of Transportation. Office of the Secretary
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 102 p. :
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL14220233M

    Delaware Highway Cost Allocation Study, Delaware De- partment of Transportation, Division of Planning, Bureau of Economic Research, University of Delaware, Dover, Mar. Final Report on the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study, Federal Highway Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation, Washington, D.C., The Oregon Highway Cost Allocation Study concludes that: Light vehicles (those weigh pounds or less) paying full fees should pay percent of state highway user revenues, and heavy vehicles (those weighing more t pounds).

    TRB’s National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis State Highway Cost Allocation Studies examines the history and evolution of highway cost allocation study practice and explores the current state of the practice. Then, too, the study was probably misplaced in the highway promotion agency. Both the th Congress, 2nd Session, H.R. , Section 2 Secretary of Commerce, Final Report of the Highway Cost Allocation Study, 87th Congress, 1st Session, H. Doc. 54, pp. 3 Secretary of Commerce, First Progress Report of the Highway Cost.

    called for a new study of highway cost allocation. This study, which is scheduled for completion by Janu , will help to guide the Congress as it determines how to impose taxes to finance federal highway programs. The guidelines presented in this report, in response to directions. Technical Report Documentation Page 1. Report No. FHWA/TX 2. Government Accession No. 3. Recipient’s Catalog No. 5. Report Date November 4. Title and Subtitle HIGHWAY COST ALLOCATION IN TEXAS: EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 6. Performing Organization Code 7. Author(s) David M. Luskin, Alberto Garcia-Diaz, C. Michael Walton, Zhanmin Zhang 8.


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The following is an excerpt from First Progress Report of the Highway Cost Allocation Study (Letter from Secretary of Commerce, FebruGPO, House Document No. 85th Congress, 1st Session. General Growth of Travel. In the earlier days of our Federal-aid roadbuilding program, automobile travel expanded much more rapidly than our national economy.

first progress report on the federal highway cost allocation study As part of the requirements is Section of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of (P.L.

) authorizing the U.S. Department of Transportation to study the costs incurred by the use of Federal-aid highway by various types of vehicles, the Department must submit two progress reports. Get this from a library. First progress report on the federal highway cost allocation study: report of the secretary of transportation to the United States Congress pursuant to sectionPublic LawSurface Transportation Assistance Act of [United States.

Department of Transportation. Office of the Secretary.;]. Excerpt from First Progress Report of the Highway Cost Allocation Study The following is an excerpt from First Progress Report of the Highway Cost Allocation Study (Letter from Secretary of Commerce, FebruGPO, House Document No.85th Congress, 1st Session.

Excerpt from First Progress Report of the Highway Cost Allocation Study. Table 2. - Estimate of motor - vehicle travel in the United States by vehicle types in the calendar year Click here to see alternative text.

Year. Motor - vehicle travel. First progress report on the federal highway cost allocation study / By United States. Dept. of Transportation. Abstract. Cover es bibliographical of access: Internet Topics: Motor vehicles, Roads, Roads Author: United States.#N# Dept.

of Transportation. Get this from a library. Final report on the federal highway cost allocation study: report of the secretary of transportation to the United States Congress pursuant to sectionPublic LawSurface Transportation Assistance Act of [United States.

Federal Highway Administration.;]. U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration New Jersey Avenue, SE Washington, DC The U.S. Department of Transportation completed and sent to Congress the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study.

An important objective of the study was to evaluate the equity and economic efficiency of the federal highway user-fee structure.

The study also examined how changes in the composition of federal highway program costs, the user Cited by: The contract manager was Guido Radelat, for whose guidance we are grateful. REFERENCES Federal Highway Administration ().

Traffic Network Analysis with NETSIM Implementation Package. FHWQ-IP A User Guide. First Progress Report on the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study () Table III U.S.

Department of by: FEDERAL HIGHWAY COST ALLOCATION STUDY--FINAL REPORT. This report has been mandated by Section of the Surface Transportation Assistance Act of (P.L.

) and responds to the request for: (1) an allocation of Federal highway program costs among the various classes of highway vehicles occasioning such costs; (2) an assessment of the current Federal user charges and.

Executive Summary. This is the first Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study (HCAS) since There are two key reasons for conducting this study. The first is to determine how changes in the Federal highway program and user fees which support that program have affected the equity of Federal highway user fees.

with the general problem of cost allocation, but highway cost-allocation prac­ tice has stuck to a relatively narrow framework of equity.

The choice at the present time is whether to continue to treat highways as a tax-supported public service or to recognize that the highway. The U.S. Department of Transportation recently completed and sent to Congress the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study (HCAS) - the first federal HCAS since An important objective of the study was to evaluate the equity and economic efficiency of the federal highway.

As part of a report on key cost allocation factors prepared for the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), a federal highway revenue estimation methodology is presented. Cost allocation studies seek to compare cost-revenue ratios for different vehicle classes from the standpoint of equity (and efficiency).Author: Gary L.

Gittings, Badri R. Narayan. 4, First Progress Report on the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study. FHWA, March 5. Passenger Car Equivalence Analysis Framework: An Interim Report as Part of Quality of Flow and Determination of PCE on Urban Arterials.

PRC Voorhees, McLean, VA, Jan. B.D. Greenshields. A Study of Traffic Capac­ Size: 3MB. Final Report of the Vermont Highway cost Allocation study in light of the new findings contained in this report, recent experience in other states, and national and international developments in surface transportation finance.

The general conclusion reached is that the recommendations are even more valid and supportable today. Addendum to the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study Final Report Addendum to the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study Final Report U.S. Department of Transportation Federal Highway Administration May _____ Introduction When the Federal Highway Cost Allocation Study (HCAS) was sent to Congress in Augustestimates of air pollution-related costs of highway.

Get this from a library. federal highway cost allocation study: summary report. [United States. Department of Transportation.;]. two reports which generally describe plans for conducting the study. They are the First Progress Report of the Highway Cost Allocation Study and the Description of Plans for the Highway Cost Allocation Study.

The former which was transmitted to the 85th Congress con tains information which is, in general, more precise and in more detail. Since the Federal HCAS was completed, two legislative changes have been enacted that affect highway cost allocation. First, the Taxpayer Relief Act of directed that cents per gallon of Federal fuel tax that previously had gone for deficit reduction be deposited in the Federal Highway Trust Fund for highway and related purposes.Suggested Citation:"Chapter Two - History and Evolution of Highway Cost Allocation Studies."National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

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