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  • Texas toll violator Name and Shame Texas goes public on habitual toll violatorsAndrew Bardin Williams considers the effect of the 'Name and Shame' strategy adopted in Texas to encourage serial toll violators to pay up. It's a tough time to be a scofflaw in the Lone Star State....
  • Automated tag production Kapsch Components Vienna Kapsch looks to the futureColin Sowman reports from a two-day meeting where industry leaders, academics and political advisers presented their thoughts on the future of mobility. Most governments do not dare to introduce...
  • Congestion on free use lanes Managed lanes the riddle wrapped up in an enigmaManaged lanes have something of a patchy track record and can pose authorities problems as well as solutions. Many authorities in the US and beyond have converted, or are converting, parts of the...
  • Kevin Hoeflich HNTB Toll Technology Sorting sensible from shiny in tolling technologyInstead of always striving for the latest shiny toys Kevin Hoeflich of HNTB advises a 10-steps method for selecting the most appropriate technology. Amid the hype and razzmatazz surrounding the...
  • Singapore’s current electronic road pricing system Do satellites provide a heavenly view of tolling's future?Satellite-based tolling opens up new options for authorities and can be integrated with DSRC systems as David Crawford discovers. As the proud custodian of the European Union (EU)'s longest road...
  • sign for free bypass avatar Small toll agency adopts big city thinkingAndrew Bardin Williams looks at a novel option for new toll road authorities. While somewhat politically controversial, outsourcing has gained traction in the business world as a model worth...
  • The new back office solution Kapsch's scalable tolling back office accepts mixed feedsArno Klamminger and Wolfgang Fleischer from Kapsch's ETC Business Unit outline a new back office solution which addresses the ongoing changes in the road user charging sector. The rapidly increasing...
  • Breakdown graph on road projects last 10 years Confusing funding and financing can be costlyTolling may be the way forward for paying for the roads of the future - but where will concessionaires find the money and do they need funding or financing? Increasingly, governments around the...
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