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Working Groups and Councils

IBTTA has many Committees, Working Groups and Councils which are led and supported by IBTTA members.  The listing below represents groups that may actively be accepting new members. 

To see all IBTTA Committees, Working Groups and Councils, click here.

If you are interested in receiving information about serving on one of the groups below, please fill out the form below and you will be contacted by an IBTTA staff member.  


Emerging Technologies Committee

The purpose of this committee is to investigate and analyze technology-related issues, topics and trends and inform the membership about new and emerging technologies. Committee work is carried out by Subcommittees. The five sub-committees are Blockchain, Big Data, CASE, Tolling & Customer Management, and Innovation.   In 2019 the subcommittees authored a series of White Papers, free to IBTTA Members. 

The Sub-committees may be accepting new members. If you are interested, please let us know!

Task Force on Diversity, Social and Racial Inclusion

This Task Force has been created to listen to the voices of those in our association and society who truly understand and recognize the depth of the inequity caused by racial and social injustice. With this knowledge, it will work to implement practices and programs that contribute to racial and social justice in our IBTTA family and beyond.

Members of this committee are appointed on an annual basis.  The best way to get involved is through their ongoing programming, including the book club.  

Read more about the Task Force and its Programs here.

Toll Immersion Program Task Force

This is a special-purpose task force created by 2020 President Samuel Johnson to help attract younger and entry-level professionals to the tolling industry. It serves a coordinating function among the Leadership Academy Alumni Association, the Council of Platinum Sponsors, the Young Professionals Council, and helps support internships and mentoring for those who are new to or considering a career in the tolling industry. 

If you are interested in participating in the Toll Immersion Program, please contact Ancilla Brady, Director of Business Development. 

Women in Tolling

The mission of the IBTTA Women in Tolling is to connect women in tolling globally and supporting diversity in leadership and promoting professional development. The Women in Tolling are developing many programs for 2021. If you are interested in getting involved, please email Mary Sallach, Vice-Chair of the Council.

Read more about the Women in Tolling Council.

Young Professionals Council

The Young Professionals Council (YPC) is comprised of young professionals from the tolling and transportation industry, working together to promote the vision to “Drive the Future of IBTTA.” The council’s mission is to develop and maintain a community that will enable young professionals to bridge the gap between generations of IBTTA innovators and integrators. If you should be interested in joining the committee, please contact Chelsea Scheid with Atkins N.A. and leading the efforts on behalf of the YPC.