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  • dreamstime_s_115139594.jpg Future of tolling: the prioritiesIn the second and final part of his investigation into the future of tolling technology, Josef Czako of Moving Forward Consulting asks a variety of stakeholders what they...
  • dreamstime_xxl_113579938.jpg Yotta: we need EV charging map to drive changeWhen it comes to finding the location of EV charging points, we need to be thinking about the needs of 'smart communities' as well as smart cities, says Chris Dyer of...
  • dreamstime_xxl_1372960282.jpg Arup: we need to speed up EV collaborationFrom Los Angeles to New Delhi, cities may have to expand their current charging infrastructure for electric vehicles by 500% in the next few years. Arup's Dominic Taylor...
  • dreamstime_s_105057203.jpg Where is tolling tech taking us?From DSRC and RFID to GNSS or smartphones which technology is 'best' for tolls, charging and pricing schemes? In the first of two articles, Josef Czako examines the...
  • Hawaii road.jpg Hawaii backs road user charging to replace fuel taxFuel tax revenue in Hawaii is falling - and even in paradise, someone has to pay. Adam Hill talks to Hawaii DoT's Scot Uruda about a major change in the way the state...
  • dreamstime_s_40157493.jpg IBTTA Summit: satellite tolling is the futureIBTTA members met in Florida to consider the technological changes that will impact their businesses including satellite tolling. Colin Sowman reports from Orlando...
  • dreamstime_s_62011008.jpg IBTTA: tolling embraces future of mobilityThe future of mobility is a complex and changing topic. The IBTTA's Bill Cramer finds the tolling industry is asking new questions and finding some surprising new answers The massive wave of...
  • dreamstime_s_51596752.jpg London needs just one road user charge, says reportLondon's patchwork of road charging schemes should be replaced by a single, distance-based user charge, according to new research. Apart from anything else, it would be much fairer The UK...
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