1053 Driver Acceptance Related to Using Integrated In-Vehicle Technology to Assess Mileage-Based User Fees

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Tuesday, October 18, 2011: 1:50 PM
S220C (Orange County Convention Center )
Sheryl Miller , Senior Research Psychologist, SAIC, Mclean, VA
Jennifer Rephlo , Transportation Engineer, SAIC, McLean, VA
Ayeshah Abuelhiga , Transportation Planner, SAIC, McLean, VA
Cory Johnson , Connected Vehicle Program Engineer, Minnesota Department of Transportation, Roseville, MN
Christopher Armstrong , SAIC, McLean, VA
Description of Paper:

Using ITS to assess mileage-based user fees is an opportunity to create an integrated driving experience, to develop more detailed and dynamic fee scales, and to present a more transparent revenue generation process.  SAIC is evaluating such an in-vehicle device that Mn/DOT is piloting.  However, early research and preliminary evaluation activities suggest that using ITS in this fashion may introduce barriers to acceptance by drivers who are concerned about privacy and fairness.  This paper reports on these initial observations and planned 2011 evaluation activities.

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