Electronic Toll Collection
Our commitment for the future is based on ensuring that our customers have the solutions they need to intelligently manage traffic flow and their ever-changing operating environment. Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) is now a necessity and a daily part of many commuters’ lives. We’re helping them get where they need to go.
Moving faster with electronic toll collection.
Electronic Toll Collection (ETC) has evolved to support the digital age with technologies that safeguard toll revenues. Beyond replacing cash collections to improve revenue accountability, ETC provides an enhanced customer experience by improving mobility, increasing safety and adding convenience.
- How do you reduce inefficiencies, congestion and pollution on highways?
- Can you enhance mobility and improve traffic safety with the use of technology?
- How can you reduce operating and capital costs?
- Are there ways for drivers to save fuel and reduce vehicle emissions?
Open Road Tolling
Demands for faster and greater vehicle throughput technologies are providing the basis for another tolling evolution—including new concepts where toll booths give way to all-electronic, non-stop, open road tolling.
By opening high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes to single occupant vehicles (SOV), high occupancy toll (HOT) lanes are created that increase capacity and reduce travel times. HOT lanes (also called Express Lanes) provide transportation agencies a means to relieve congestion and create a new source of revenue to fund corridor transportation improvements. Simply put, HOT lanes provide a means to expand travel capacity without building more freeways or expanding existing ones.
Other forms of Open Road Tolling:
- Multi-lane Free-Flow Tolling–Open Road Tolling
- Video Tolling
- Dynamic Toll Pricing including Congestion Pricing
- Mileage-Based User Fees
- Integration of Open Road Tolling within existing toll facilities