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Road pricing systems and technologies have made tremendous progress over the past decade, and today developing and implementing a local or nationwide solution presents fewer risks than was the case 10-15 years ago. Nevertheless, capital and operational expenditures remain a significant hurdle for many road agencies and toll operators. It is therefore essential for decision-makers to carefully consider the benefits of road pricing systems prior to large-scale investments.

The lectures will be taught over a three-week period with 6 live 2-hour on-line sessions on Tuesdays & Thursdays articulated around the following modules:
• Week 1: Policy parameters
• Week 2: System parameters
• Week 3: Implementation & Transition

Upon completion of the training program, the IRF will administer an on-line knowledge test. Participants with a score of 80% of the exam will be awarded with a certificate verifying their successful completion of the course.

Why Online?

  • Earn 12 Professional Development Hours
  • Expert training by professionals for Professionals: access IRF’s unique curriculum and lectures developed by world-class specialists
  • Accelerated learning processes: get up to speed and gain new insights in less time and with no travel constraints
  • Full access to learning materials and session recordings
  • Small classrooms & scheduled One-on-One sessions with instructors
  • Self-paced options available
  • Interactive group projects and case studies
  • Receive IRF Certification

Learning Objectives

    • Upon completion of the course, participants will understand:
  • Different financing and revenue collection models in the road sector, as well as the constraints posed today by the reliance on gas tax revenues
  • The benefits of different road user charging systems
  • Success factors to successfully introduce a road user charge system based on multiple parameters (location & time of day, vehicle type, etc.)
  • Critical points and risks to overcome in introducing a new road user charging system
  • How to apply the lessons learned from successful and unsuccessful case studies from around the world

Target Audience

  • National & Local Public Officials with a Road Funding Mandate
  • Road Agencies
  • Toll Operators
  • Infrastructure Developers
  • Infrastructure Funds / Financial Institutions
  • Private Consultants & Contractors
  • Senior Financial & Legal Advisors, Technical Advisors, Insurers, Modelers
  • Research Institutes & Transport Research Academia

Partner, Milestone Solutions , Vice-Chair of the IRF Committee on Road User Charging
Steve Morello

Steve Morello, based in Miami, has 29 years of experience in the transportation sector focusing on the development of projects covering light and heavy vehicle road usage charging, ITS rollout, traditional tolling, urban congestion charging, electronic road pricing, and automated enforcement. In 2011, after a 22-year career at Egis Group in France, Steve began a new phase of his professional path as co-founder and Partner of Milestone where he leads business development activities working hand-in-hand with subject matter experts and project managers.

Senior Vice President, EROAD, Chair of the IRF Committee on Road User Charging
Nina Elter

Nina leads EROAD’s Global Market Development team and is responsible for finding and evaluating new opportunities on the global landscape. She joined EROAD in 2012 and has more than 20 years of experience working within the technology, trucking, tolling and fuel card sectors globally, Nina brings extensive expertise in these areas. In her previous role, Nina was responsible for negotiating and contracting a wide array of tolling points of acceptance for the commercial goods and passenger fuel card industry across 37 countries in Europe that had previously experienced over 1 billion Euros in turnover.

Director Regulatory Market Development, EROAD
Peter Carrr

Peter is responsible for working with government policy agencies and regulators across Australia and New Zealand on road safety, funding and taxation matters. Prior to joining EROAD, Peter held various positions in the New Zealand public sector in the social services and transport sectors. Most recently, Peter was the Manager Funding & Infrastructure with the New Zealand Ministry of Transport, responsible for: the forecasting and rate-setting of Road User Charges and Fuel Excise Duty; developing advice to government on land transport revenue systems and funding and investment policies; providing advice on the use of tolling, debt and public-private partnerships; and for evaluating and directing the reform of heavy vehicle dimension and mass regulations.

Chief Innovation Officer, Oregon DOT

Maureen Bock

As the Chief Innovation Officer, Maureen is oversees staff who consult with others in the agency to develop innovative solutions. This can be developing policies in innovative areas, such as connected, automated and electric vehicle deployment, and for doing projects related to these types of areas. She also oversees the incubation of new business lines, such as OReGO, to an early stage of maturity so they can be moved to other parts of the agency with minimal disruption. As the OReGO Program Manager, she continues to lead the OReGO Program through its evolution towards a sustainable funding solution.

Consultant, PTOLEMUS
Marissa Burkett

Marissa Burkett manages the ETC service line at the PTOLEMUS Consulting Group. Marissa experience in management consulting and has completed several assignments related to ETC, fuel card and other fleet services including a survey of the European market of toll service providers to haulage fleets for the Netherlands’ Department of Transport, an in-depth analysis of services proposed to European truck for a major fuel card provider, and an in-depth analysis of successful truck RUC schemes around the world, for a global road operator. She also contributed to the update of PTOLEMUS’ Electronic Toll Collection Global Study, published in December. As part of this work, she has analysed the ETC/RUC markets in countries such as Canada, Italy, Poland, Portugal, Slovakia and the USA.

Director, Wyeval Consulting
Keith Mortimer

Keith, based in Wales, is an independent RUC consultant working with partners in technology-based business streams to develop practical, affordable and sustainable outcomes. He applies in-depth knowledge of transport technologies, bringing MSc level engineering qualifications and global experience in transport systems business to company CEO level. Keith takes a strong interest in the social, economic and environmental impact of applying ITS-aware policies. Specific interests include road usage charging; congestion and emissions management; location based applications; telematics and improved driver services; vehicle detection and safety systems.

Computer Requirements

Operating System
Windows 7 - Windows 10, Mac OS X 10.9 (Mavericks), macOS Catalina (10.15), Linux, Google Chrome OS, Android OS 5 (Lollipop) - Android 9 (Pie), iOS 10 - iOS 12, Windows Phone 8+, Windows 8RT+

Web browser
Google Chrome (most recent 2 versions)
Mozilla Firefox (most recent 2 versions)
Internet Explorer v11 (with Adobe Flash if running Windows 7)
Apple Safari (most recent 2 versions)
Microsoft Edge (most recent 2 versions)

Internet connection
1 Mbps or better (broadband recommended)

2GB of RAM (minimum), 4GB or more of RAM (recommended)
Microphone and speakers (USB headset recommended)


February 9, 2021
February 24, 2021
Online Training
Online Training,
+1 703 535 1001
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USD $800

USD $1,000

IFIs, US State DOTs & City Officials

12 Professional Development Hours

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Brendan Halleman
+1 703 535 1001

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