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About Us

Kapsch TrafficCom is a provider of intelligent transportation systems in the fields of tolling, traffic management, smart urban mobility, traffic safety and security and connected vehicles. As a one-stop solutions provider, Kapsch TrafficCom offers end-to-end solutions covering the entire value creation chain of its customers, from components and design to the implementation and operation of systems. The mobility solutions supplied by Kapsch TrafficCom help make road traffic safer and more reliable, efficient, and comfortable in urban areas and on highways alike while helping to reduce pollution.



Mobility has always been a basic pillar of mankind. Yet nowadays and from an economic point of view, mobility in the shape of a sophisticated transportation system is not only an imperative need but an economic size in its own right.

Charging usage-based tolls is the most efficient and fair way to control road traffic, finance traffic infrastructure and offset ancillary expenses such as the cost of environmental pollution.

Our solutions enable all of the above and even more: They allow drivers to pay tolls quick and easy.

We have been installing and operating projects successfully around the globe. Each one proving their cost efficiency as well as their reliability. Either talking about all-electronic toll-collection in free-flow traffic or automated payment at conventional toll plazas, for individual roads or entire regions, based on time or distance, we design, implement and operate the best solution to meet client´s needs. And: we take care of migrating existing systems additionally

Managing traffic has always been viewed as a job for legislators. Statutes and directives define regulations that apply to various classes of vehicles, types of roads, and environmental conditions. At its core, such legislation has three objectives: to ensure the safety and security of everyone on the road, to enable traffic to flow as freely as possible, and to promote the responsible handling of environmental resources.

Technical solutions have long been a means of furthering political objectives. In 1868, the first traffic lights were installed in London. Today, modern traffic volumes call for new political and technical approaches. The methods applied vary from country to country, city to city, and road to road. Our technologies can be adapted to any of these.

Urban mobility in today’s cities is evolving at a rapid pace. Cities are facing huge challenges from several fronts such as deteriorating air quality and increased congestion. Additionally, in this transitional period cities are also faced with the evolution of urban mobility, with new mobility services such as electric and connected / autonomous vehicles. This requires an urgent need for urban traffic management and integrated mobility. This comprehensive management of urban mobility is made possible with modal shift and traffic management being key pieces to achieve the required reduction of transportation related emissions. Our solution is the heart of a Smart City’s Mobility Management Center, enabling an endto-end, holistic management of urban mobility, in order to globally increase efficiency and safety and provide the comfort and quality expected by travelers.

We combine several solutions into one platform, covering all relevant requirements for personalized Mobility-as-a-Service that makes traveling cost-efficient, seamless, environmentally friendly and convenient.

Identifying risky situations before they present a danger, notifying motorists of highway work zones and traffic congestion before getting stuck in traffic, and using precise data to dynamically manage traffic. All of this becomes possible when road users are able to collect and share information with each other and wireless components of traffic management systems. Toll collection systems and city access solutions are the first steps in this process. Vehicles communicate with the infrastructure, supply data, and receive relevant information. The next step is for all vehicles to be connected wirelessly. Numerous research programs and pilot projects are currently laying the groundwork for such a structured exchange of information and data processing. 

Selection of references in Spain


  • EcoTrafiX™ solution as an integrated platform for traffic control and ITS systems
  • Automatic execution of action plans module
  • Events management module
  • Publication of mobility information in open mode (Open Data), including static and dynamic information regarding:
    • Bilbobus service
    • Traffic conditions
    • Ground-level parking
    • Short-term parking
  • Integration and display of information from municipal GIS
  • Monitoring of CCTV cameras and field devices, incl.remote control
  • Monitoring and control of variable message signs


  • EcoTrafiX™ solution as an integrated platform for traffic control
  • Management of maintenance events, CCTV access control, variable message signs and automatic incident detection
  • Gauging control with predictive mechanisms
  • Management of travel times and calculation of road capacity
  • Publication of mobility information in open mode (Open Data)
  • Integration and display of information from municipal GIS


  • EcoTrafiX™ solution as an integrated platform for traffic control
  • Real-time multimodal management
  • Travel time information system
  • Publication of mobility information as open data
  • Monitoring of cameras and field devices, incl. remote control
  • Multi-agency collaboration
  • CCTV System
  • Variable messaging sign system
  • Decision support system (DSS)
  • Parking occupancy system


  • EcoTrafiX™ solution as an integrated platform for traffic control & strategy definition
  • Signaling with variable message
  • Publication of mobility information in open mode (Open Data)
  • System integrates on-street parking occupancy
  • Kapsch traffic technology already installed in the city for Signals, integrated in EcoTrafiX
  • Traffic status short-term forecast
  • Integration and display of information from municipal GIS
  • Monitoring of Enforcement system and access control


  • EcoTrafiX solution as an integrated platform for traffic control.
  • Monitoring and control of CCTV cameras.
  • Public transport priority system (tram and bus).
  • Integration and graphical presentation of information of the municipal authority (GIS).

Selection of global references

Go-Maut 2.0, Austria.

In 2004, the world’s first electronic toll collection system for vehicles over 3.5 tons was launched in Austria. The system enables toll payment verification and charging without interrupting the flow of traffic. The “multi-lane free-flow” (MLFF) toll collection system built by us has been in continuous operation ever since. Quite recently we finished modernizing this Austrian “GO” toll collection system. Our new roadside infrastructure uses the new single-gantry solution and latest technology for tolling enforcement: “GO” is ready for the future.

Integrated Mobility Management, Buenos Aires City, Argentina.

Our EcoTrafiX™ solution used as traffic control platform, integrates 9 existing traffic areas with 4,000 controllers. Main features:

  • standardized UTC interface for future extensions
  • events management solution
  • multi-modal transit data integration
  • multi-agency collaboration
  • web portal for traveler information

Eastern Distributor, Sydney, Australia.

Kapsch was selected to provide an Operations Management and Control System (OMCS) for the Eastern Distributor (ED), a 6 km major motorway located in Sydney, Australia that links the Harbour Bridge/Tunnel and Cross City Tunnel to the M5 Motorway of the Sydney Orbital Network. The motorway includes approximately 2.5 km of tunnels including the Main, Dacey Todman and Landbridge tunnels, along with the Parkway and Cleveland Street underpass.

Over 200 Limited Access Zones in Italian cities.

Civitavecchia, Sarzana, Lecce, Salerno, Roma, Bologna, Lerici, Ravenna, Como, Cremona, Torino, Bergamo, Mediglia, Lazise, Castellammare di Stabia, Catania, Piacenza, Bardonecchia, Galliate, Seregno, Monterosso al Mare, Napoli, Melegnano, Vergiate, San Giovanni Valdarno, Monza, Giovinazzo, Colle di Vald’Elsa, Bolzano, Mestre, Sassuolo, Prato, Arezzo, Siracusa, Livorno, San Casciano Val di Pesa, Gallipoli, Novara, Genova and Mantova.