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  •  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...
  • Intersections, tunnels and open roads are all monitored Interoperability facilitates mobility on Santiago's toll roadsDrivers crossing Chile's capital are benefitting from additional investment in ITS. Mauro Nogarin reports. Santiago de Chile is pioneering the development of concession-interoperable, multi-lane,...
  • ASECAP European Tolling  information days Tolling trends and technology at ASECAP's Madrid meetingAs ASECAP prepares for its annual gathering - this year in Madrid - Carole Défossé looks at what is on the programme. At ASECAP's (the European Association of Operators of Toll Road Infrastructures)...
  • ITS Charging and Tolling andre broto avatar Taking tolling towards new opportunitiesVinci's André Broto presented his views on how the tolling industry could play an important role in helping authorities ease urban congestion, to delegates at the IBTTA conference. As director of...
  • fuel economy and fuel duty-based funding relation Countering falling fuel tax revenue with mileage feesEric G. O'Rear and Wallace E. Tyner look at the benefits of mileage charges and how these might be implemented. Since the early 1900s, taxes on petrol (gasoline) and diesel fuels have been used to...
  • Singapore electronic tolling Will mobile apps kick-start mobility pricing?Thomas Hallauer from Ptolemus believes trials of connected road charging services will show the pay per mile concept will go much further than previously thought. Drivers are progressively becoming...
  • Gauteng freeway Varying acceptance of tolling in AfricaTolling technology is now at an advanced state but governments have a key role in ensuring the success of schemes as is evident in Africa. Shem Oirere reports. According to the African Development...
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