Keep driving and earn $100

Participate in a study about our transportation network and receive up to $100.* Simply install a device in your vehicle and drive like you normally do.

With changes in our vehicles and how we drive, there are challenges to building up a steady fund to invest in roads and improve transit — the things we rely on to stay connected and keep our economy strong.

This study, called DriveTU, is looking at new, sustainable and equitable ways to fund roadway improvements and is being conducted by Transurban and the Eastern Transportation Coalition.

By being a part of DriveTU, you contribute to the conversation on whether a pay-as-you-drive system is more sustainable and more equitable. Instead of using a gas tax to fund roadway improvements, governments are examining a pay-as-you-go model — often called a mileage-based user fee (MBUF).

DriveTU participants have the opportunity to lend their voice on this issue, provide study insights and earn $100 — just by driving like they normally would.

Are you ready to drive? Enroll now to find out if you’re eligible for DriveTU.

*Incentive payouts not applicable to state or federal government employees. All other participants must meet all pilot program application and completion criteria.

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