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E003492Dynamic pricing and pay-as-you-go systems replace the blunt pricing models of the past. Governments begin letting citizens pay for services they use. Multiple forms of dynamic pricing such as dynamic tolling and parking ensure a balance between the supply of and demand for infrastructure services. Alternate funding models such as mileage-based user fees (MBUFs) emerge, charging drivers based on how much they drive rather than how much gas they buy, and gradually replace the gasoline tax.

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