Selected Kapsch TrafficCom projects


Nationwide multi-lane free-flow electronic toll collection system for trucks. Kapsch TrafficCom was turnkey system supplier with overall responsibility for the project, from system design and development to solution roll-out.


SIRIO city access control system for Bologna, managing the congestion and parking charges for the historical center.

Czech Republic

Kapsch TrafficCom is responsible for the turnkey development, implementation and operation of the country’s multi-lane free-flow electronic toll collection system for trucks.


In 1999, Kapsch TrafficCom implemented the world’s first multi-lane free-flow electronic toll collection system for an urban highway in Melbourne, supplying also technologies for vehicle identification, classification and registration.


The ringroads of Santiago are equipped by Kapsch: Costanera Norte, Autopista Central and Vespucio Norte Express.


Manual and single-lane electronic toll collection for highway No. 8 in New Delhi.

South Africa

Kapsch TrafficCom was awarded the contract to implement and operate a multi-lane free-flow ETC system in the Gauteng Province extending a distance of 180 kilometers for both trucks and cars.


Kapsch TrafficCom implemented a comprehensive and state-of-the-art electronic toll solution on the existing road network of approximately 1,560 kilometers for all vehicles above 3.5 tons in record time of about 8 months.


Kapsch TrafficCom IVHS was selected in July 2011 by the E-ZPass Group, a coalition of 24 toll agencies in 14 U.S. states, as vendor for new 10 year technology and services contracts, subject to individual agency approval processes.