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Kapsch TrafficCom
Press releases.

Press releases

World Car Emissions Rise – Mobility Report 2021 by Kapsch TrafficCom.
4/27/2021 photo
The Mobility Report 2021 by Kapsch TrafficCom illustrates the current transport challenges and shows how to deal with them.
JB Kendrick appointed President of Kapsch TrafficCom North America.
4/21/2021 photo
Kapsch TrafficCom has appointed JB Kendrick as President of its North America business unit as of April 19, 2021.
Enviromental award from the city of Vienna for Kapsch TrafficCom.
The City of Vienna has honored Kapsch TrafficCom as “OekoBusiness Wien 2021”.
Kapsch TrafficCom – Norway Starts Free-Flow Tolling In One Of World´s Deepest Undersea Tunnels.
The Norwegian Public Roads Administration assigned Kapsch TrafficCom in October 2020 to deliver a new Multi-Lane Free-Flow (MLFF) tolling system at Ryfast, Norway.
Kapsch TrafficCom – Results for the first three quarters of 2020/21.
Revenues totaled EUR 384 million in the first three quarters of 2020/21, which represents a decline of 30% or EUR 161 million. EUR 75 million of this amount is attributable to major projects that ended in the previous year: one in Germany, one in the Czech Republic, and one in Bulgaria.
Kapsch TrafficCom to supply the first multi-lane free-flow (MLFF) toll collection system in France for highway concessionaire APRR.
Kapsch TrafficCom was awarded a framework contract by APRR regarding the supply, implementation and technical operations of MLFF tolling systems. This will improve traffic flow and decrease the environmental impact on the RCEA highway.
Greece stops “unfair” tolling on the motorway.
Greece is the first country in the European Union to operate an electronic toll system in which car drivers are only charged for actual kilometers driven on the motorway.
Kapsch TrafficCom Group was awarded the technical operation of Bulgaria’s toll systems.
For a period of five years, Kapsch Traffic Solutions, a consortium of various Kapsch TrafficCom Group companies, is in charge of the technical operation of the passenger vehicle e-vignette system and the electronic truck toll system in Bulgaria.
Kapsch TrafficCom – two major projects extended and an additional contract.
Two major operations projects in the tolling segment have been extended at similar conditions.
Kapsch TrafficCom has sold its interest in Q-Free ASA.
Kapsch TrafficCom held a 15.4% interest in Q-Free ASA (Q-Free), a provider of intelligent transportations services from Norway. Because the stake has become non-strategic, it has been for sale for a while.