Georgia Mileage-Based User Fee (MBUF) Pilot

Help us explore the future of transportation funding in Georgia!

How to Join

These steps may vary depending on the mileage-reporting option selected

WHAT IS THE Georgia MBUF Pilot?

To better understand if a Mileage-Based User Fee (MBUF) could work, The Eastern Transportation Coalition (the Coalition), in partnership with the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), is conducting a Pilot program for stakeholders to experience an MBUF and to provide feedback regarding what they like and don’t like.
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Enrollment for this Pilot has now closed. If you weren’t able to join this Pilot, but are interested in future opportunities, please email us at [email protected] to be added to a contact list.


If you have already enrolled and selected a device (with or without GPS) for your mileage-based reporting option, you should receive the device in the mail within three business days. If you did not receive it or have questions, please contact us at 229-391-1990 or [email protected].

After your device is inserted (or once your embedded telematics is activated), you will receive your first of two participant surveys emailed to you from [email protected]. Please mark this email as a safe sender in your email account to ensure you receive it.

The Pilot has strict privacy protection measures to safeguard your data, such as:

  • Limiting the amount of personal information required for participation.
  • Prohibiting the sale of data to any third-party entities.
  • Requiring all personal identification data to be destroyed after the Pilot.
  • Giving participants the option to opt out of GPS (location-based) services.
  • Providing a participant agreement that states what data will be collected and how any personal identifiable information will be used and then destroyed.


Drive as you normally do! Your Transurban dashboard will collect and manage your daily mileage and fuel use through February 2024.

In addition, you will receive monthly statements to show how many miles you drive and the cost difference between a traditional fuel tax and a Mile-Based User Fee approach. No actual money is involved or exchanged.


If you opt in to receive a plug-in device (with or without GPS) as your preferred MRO, return the device in early March 2024 (a prepaid shipping label will be sent out at the completion of the Study).

If you opted for in-vehicle telematics, you don’t need to worry about this step.

Participants will be sent a Final Participant Survey shortly after the Pilot is completed in March 2024


Have questions or need help? Call or email a team member today.

If you would like to join a Q&A session to learn more about the MBUF Pilot, please email [email protected].

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