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Digital Subscriptions > Cities Today > March 2019 > Cities should charge drivers by distance travelled, says US network

Cities should charge drivers by distance travelled, says US network

Cities should experiment with a form of road tax that would see car owners pay a fixed fee for every mile they drive, says a new report from the National League of Cities.

With the electrification of transport, investment in autonomous vehicles, and increased connectivity in cities, the 'Fixing Funding by the Mile' report claims charging road users by distance is becoming increasingly feasible, as cities seek to transition away from a dependence on fuel tax revenues.

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