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Driving tolling transformation

Click on the pins below to view a selection of our projects worldwide:

Vienna
Austria
GO MAUT 2.0 project 

Kapsch TrafficCom was selected to provide a new Multi-Lane Free Flow solution in Austria. The scope of the project included the design, development, and delivery of an end-to-end MLFF architecture, including a fully integrated ANPR-based vehicle identification system, which handles tolling enforcement across 2,200km of Austrian roadways. The result is a stable, reliable, and high-performing system with a very low demand for manual interventions that has significantly reduced operational costs. Through automation, the number of manual validations has been reduced by over 60%.

Oslo
Norway
JuztDrive RUC Proof of Concept

Kapsch TrafficCom designed, developed and implemented, in partnership with local ITS provider Aventi a road user charging Proof of Concept (PoC).

The PoC, titled JuztDrive, was developed and began rollout in July 2022, focusing on vehicles in the greater Oslo area. It was based on a hardware-agnostic android application utilising a centralised matching and rating ‘thin client’ model.. A mixture of approximately 30 real world and 30,000 simulated vehicles were captured with the system, each providing positions that were processed by the proprietary Kapsch Geo Location Platform (GLP) and used as a calculation basis for a road usage charge.

Bulgaria
Nationwide Tolling & E-Vignette System

Beginning in 2020, Bulgaria introduced two modern forms of toll collection for the use of the national road network. Namely E-Vignette system for light vehicles (LV) in January 2020 and GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) tolling for heavy good vehicles (HGV) in March 2020. In December 2020 the owner of the system, the Bulgarian Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA), awarded a five year contract to Kapsch to support the agency in dealing with the daily technical operations of the system. The contract covers 24/7 monitoring, upgrades and updates required for secure, uninterrupted operations of the system.

Sydney
New South Wales, AUS

West Connex

A 33km motorway in Sydney, Australia built in four major stages across the M4, M5 and M8 Motorways, starting in 2019 with the last two stages to be opened in 2023. The stages consist of new tunnels and projects to widen existing roads to ease overall congestion. Kapsch TrafficCom is the lead supplier selected to provide the latest technology and innovation in the tolling market for WestConnex, built together with a Kapsch TrafficCom-designed walkable gantry to provide ease of maintenance and high levels of safety with comprehensive 24/7 operations.

M5 South-West Motorway  

A 22km toll motorway forming part of the Sydney Orbital Network. Kapsch TrafficCom is the supplier of the Multi-Lane Free Flow system (MLFF) which replaces the final Australian toll plaza. The Kapsch TrafficCom’s solution consists of a roadside system, an image processing system, and an operational back office with infrastructure improvements to support a MLFF environment.

Ruta del Maipo
Chile
Aconcagua Highway

Kapsch TrafficCom was selected to design, provision, install and integrate a large Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) tolling system that covers 10 MLFF Road Side System tolling segments over 15kms of highway. The solution uses DSRC onboard units and video ANPR capabilities to maximize revenue collection and to ensure that detection, classification, and charging KPIs are met. As well as the MLFF lanes, the project incorporates one conventional tolling plaza with 8 lanes.

Oswaldo Guayasamin Tunnel
Ecuador
Oswaldo Guayasamin Tunnel (TOG)

Kapsch TrafficCom was chosen by the City of Quito to design, provision, integrate, and install a new Multi-Lane Free Flow Tolling System. This incorporates a single MLFF Road Side System tolling segment that covers traffic flowing in both directions through the TOG. Kapsch TrafficCom provides roadside infrastructure for the project and the operational back office, which handles vehicle detection and classification.

Highway, Riverside
California, USA
RCTC I-15 Express Lanes System

Kapsch TrafficCom was chosen by the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) to deliver the on road toll systems for two tolled Express Lanes. The 15 Express Lanes cover 15 miles in each direction on the I-15 in Riverside County, California. The solution is based on an end-to-end All Electronic Tolling (AET) Express Lanes system. This incorporates eight toll points on I-15 and four on SR-91 in Riverside County. Kapsch TrafficCom also delivered 15 variable message signs (on the roadside), 27 CCTV cameras for enforcement, and 39 microwave vehicle detectors.

New York
New York, USA
New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA)

In 2013, Kapsch TrafficCom was selected through a competitive bidding process by New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA) to design, develop, test, install, and maintain key components of a cashless tolling system at four locations, with additional provision for Open Road Tolling lanes at other plazas on the network. Today, there are 51 new single-gantry toll facilities and 148 lanes of toll equipment along the NYSTA highways, supporting completely cashless toll transactions. 

  • GO MAUT 2.0 project 

    Kapsch TrafficCom was selected to provide a new Multi-Lane Free Flow solution in Austria. The scope of the project included the design, development, and delivery of an end-to-end MLFF architecture, including a fully integrated ANPR-based vehicle identification system, which handles tolling enforcement across 2,200km of Austrian roadways. The result is a stable, reliable, and high-performing system with a very low demand for manual interventions that has significantly reduced operational costs. Through automation, the number of manual validations has been reduced by over 60%.

  • JuztDrive RUC Proof of Concept

    Kapsch TrafficCom designed, developed and implemented, in partnership with local ITS provider Aventi a road user charging Proof of Concept (PoC).

    The PoC, titled JuztDrive, was developed and began rollout in July 2022, focusing on vehicles in the greater Oslo area. It was based on a hardware-agnostic android application utilising a centralised matching and rating ‘thin client’ model.. A mixture of approximately 30 real world and 30,000 simulated vehicles were captured with the system, each providing positions that were processed by the proprietary Kapsch Geo Location Platform (GLP) and used as a calculation basis for a road usage charge.

  • Nationwide Tolling & E-Vignette System

    Beginning in 2020, Bulgaria introduced two modern forms of toll collection for the use of the national road network. Namely E-Vignette system for light vehicles (LV) in January 2020 and GNSS (Global Navigation Satellite System) tolling for heavy good vehicles (HGV) in March 2020. In December 2020 the owner of the system, the Bulgarian Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA), awarded a five year contract to Kapsch to support the agency in dealing with the daily technical operations of the system. The contract covers 24/7 monitoring, upgrades and updates required for secure, uninterrupted operations of the system.

  • West Connex

    A 33km motorway in Sydney, Australia built in four major stages across the M4, M5 and M8 Motorways, starting in 2019 with the last two stages to be opened in 2023. The stages consist of new tunnels and projects to widen existing roads to ease overall congestion. Kapsch TrafficCom is the lead supplier selected to provide the latest technology and innovation in the tolling market for WestConnex, built together with a Kapsch TrafficCom-designed walkable gantry to provide ease of maintenance and high levels of safety with comprehensive 24/7 operations.

    M5 South-West Motorway  

    A 22km toll motorway forming part of the Sydney Orbital Network. Kapsch TrafficCom is the supplier of the Multi-Lane Free Flow system (MLFF) which replaces the final Australian toll plaza. The Kapsch TrafficCom’s solution consists of a roadside system, an image processing system, and an operational back office with infrastructure improvements to support a MLFF environment.

  • Aconcagua Highway

    Kapsch TrafficCom was selected to design, provision, install and integrate a large Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) tolling system that covers 10 MLFF Road Side System tolling segments over 15kms of highway. The solution uses DSRC onboard units and video ANPR capabilities to maximize revenue collection and to ensure that detection, classification, and charging KPIs are met. As well as the MLFF lanes, the project incorporates one conventional tolling plaza with 8 lanes.

  • Oswaldo Guayasamin Tunnel (TOG)

    Kapsch TrafficCom was chosen by the City of Quito to design, provision, integrate, and install a new Multi-Lane Free Flow Tolling System. This incorporates a single MLFF Road Side System tolling segment that covers traffic flowing in both directions through the TOG. Kapsch TrafficCom provides roadside infrastructure for the project and the operational back office, which handles vehicle detection and classification.

  • RCTC I-15 Express Lanes System

    Kapsch TrafficCom was chosen by the Riverside County Transportation Commission (RCTC) to deliver the on road toll systems for two tolled Express Lanes. The 15 Express Lanes cover 15 miles in each direction on the I-15 in Riverside County, California. The solution is based on an end-to-end All Electronic Tolling (AET) Express Lanes system. This incorporates eight toll points on I-15 and four on SR-91 in Riverside County. Kapsch TrafficCom also delivered 15 variable message signs (on the roadside), 27 CCTV cameras for enforcement, and 39 microwave vehicle detectors.

  • New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA)

    In 2013, Kapsch TrafficCom was selected through a competitive bidding process by New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA) to design, develop, test, install, and maintain key components of a cashless tolling system at four locations, with additional provision for Open Road Tolling lanes at other plazas on the network. Today, there are 51 new single-gantry toll facilities and 148 lanes of toll equipment along the NYSTA highways, supporting completely cashless toll transactions. 

The future of tolling today

Kapsch TrafficCom invests heavily in R&D, ensuring that our technology portfolio is always ahead of current market needs. This means that our technology portfolio already supports infrastructure-less tolling, Road User Charging (RUC) and other major tolling innovations that are enhancing revenue collection and road user experiences.  

The latest generation of tolling technology is transforming the way roads are being used and paid for. That means authorities and concessionaires can deliver more value for end users than ever before, while maximizing their operating efficiency.

Kapsch TrafficCom delivers this vision with:

  • Low-risk migration to barrierless tolling with the skills and experience needed to help authorities and concessionaires adopt Multi-Lane Free Flow tolling (All Electronic Tolling)
  • An industry-leading, end-to-end technology portfolio for reliable, efficient, highly automated operations
  • Strategic business support that helps to unite public and private stakeholders for successful project design and delivery
  • Distance-based tolling and Road User Charging (RUC) based on industry-leading geo-location and video enforcement capabilities
  • Decades of industry experience with six national tolling projects and dozens more local projects delivered worldwide

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Find out more with our tolling proposition paper for each region:

  • Europe, the Middle East, and North Africa

  • North America

  • Latin America

  • Asia and Oceania

Infrastructure-less tolling is here 

Powered by alternative data sources such as Connected Vehicle (CV) data and mobile data. The in-vehicle data source for location-based tolling can be a dedicated GNSS OBU, a fleet tracking device, a smartphone, or – in a future scenario – the vehicle’s on-board (OEM) infotainment system. 

One showcase for our infrastructure-less tolling capabilities is the recent HGV distance-based charging project in Bulgaria. This uses EETS-compliant tolling for heavy vehicles based on location data, processed in our advanced Geo Location Platform – with no need for roadside infrastructure.

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Having deployed a nationwide satellite distance-based tolling solution for Heavy Good Vehicles in Bulgaria, and with responsibility for operating other GNSS domains in Belgium and Germany, Kapsch TrafficCom is ideally positioned to create pilots, PoCs and full rollouts for distance-based/road-user charging as required.

Bernard Lamy, Executive Vice President Tolling Application Center, Kapsch TrafficCom 
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