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14th ITS European Congress 2022

Date:
30. May 2022 9:00 GMT -
01. Jun 2022 18:00 GMT

Location:

Conference Centre MEETT Toulouse | France

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Join us on May 30 to June 1, 2022, at ITS European Congress in Toulouse, France.
We look forward to welcoming you at our booth C1 where will present the advantages of modern digital traffic and toll management solutions for cities and highways.

Cities in France just like all other major cities across Europe and worldwide are now under intense pressure from citizens and are looking for new ways to reduce traffic congestion and related emissions.

Every city is at a different stage on its emissions journey, with very different needs and priorities. Some may be looking to implement roadside sensors or other infrastructure needed for real-time traffic awareness, for example, while others are ready for sophisticated ‘mobility pricing’ solutions to shape demand during peak traffic periods.

We can help to understand how innovative digital traffic management can ease the current traffic situation in cities and on highways within a short time, and save large quantities of CO2 emissions.

We would be delighted to see you at booth during this event and give insights into our successfully implemented projects, e.g., in cities like Vienna, Dallas, Madrid, Melbourne, Buenos Aires or on highways in Bulgaria, Austria, Greece, Colorado.

Our experts:

Nathalie Leboucher
Nathalie Leboucher

SVP Sales Western Europe, Middle East, Africa
Kapsch TrafficCom 

Fahim Belarbi
Fahim Belarbi 

Technical Director and Solution Consulting
Kapsch TrafficCom France SAS

Quentin Houet
Quentin Houet

Sales Director Western Europe, Middle East, Africa
Kapsch TrafficCom France SAS

Our experts are happy to assist with any open questions. Don't miss the opportunity to speak to them at our booth.

Registration for at ITS European Congress are open. 

In February 2021, Kapsch TrafficCom was awarded a framework contract by APRR for the supply, implementation and technical operations of Multi-Lane Free-Flow tolling systems. This will improve traffic flow and decrease the environmental impact on the RCEA highway.

The tolling market is changing fundamentally and these changes will impact both brown and greenfield tolling initiatives. In our webinar, Nathalie Leboucher together with our tolling experts look at how tolling is changing, what the future holds  and how next-generation tolling solutions can help authorities overcome their congestion and infrastructure funding related challenges – while also delivering a far better experience for road users.

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