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  • ITS Interview Emanuela Stocchi ibtta avatar Stocchi takes on transatlantic tolling tasksWe talk to Emanuela Stocchi, the first overseas-based female president of IBTTA and well placed to view tolling on both sides of the Atlantic. As incoming president of the International Bridge,...
  • Asecap meeting Asecap meeting tackles tolling's future challengesCarole Défossé, communication & information manager at Asecap, previews the association's forthcoming annual meeting. With 72% of Europeans moving by car and 60% of freight being transported by...
  • Credit card security Cybercrime is not a remote threat for toll operationsThe rise of cybercrime is starting to impact tolling concessions, as Colin Sowman discovers. Yahoo's revelation that it has taken two years to discover that it had suffered a security breach...
  • Highways  tolling system  Seattle Kapsch outlines tolling options to combat traffic congestionMichael Maitland from Kapsch TrafficCom looks at how the various forms of tolling can help authorities combat traffic congestion and air quality problems while simultaneously raising revenue.
  • Innovation needed freight movements IBTTA seeks transportation innovationIBTTA's Patrick Jones contemplates the need for, sources of and constraints on transportation innovation. For years now, visionary thinkers and doers in the highway transportation community have been...
  • Lane Width can Vary with Modular Lane Assignment HDR predicts an adaptable and flexible future for roadwaysHDR consultants, Brian Swindell and Bernie Arseanea, consider managed lanes' untapped potential. It is no surprise that corridor planning continues to challenge agencies and owners as demand...
  •  Asecap event in madrid Asecap debates the future of tollingColin Sowman reports form Asecap's Study & Information Days event in Madrid. At Asecap's (the Association of European Toll Road Operators) recent Study and Information Days event there was no doubt...
  • Timeline depicting the evolution of road-way pricing Mileage based charging offers secure future for fundingHNTB's Matthew Click sets out why a move to mileage-based pricing is inevitable. Infrastructure is the most neglected yet the most critical engine of our society, and our continued indifference could...
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