WASHINGTON — Mileage-based systems could yield revenues between three and eight times higher than the gas taxes currently used to maintain the public road system and back bonds, the Congressional Budget Office found.

The results, which the CBO compiled from a lengthy 2011 report that compares gasoline taxes and vehicle mileage fees, was requested by the Senate Budget Committee and presented to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce this week.

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