Yunex nets 'multi-million dollar' Bay Area Toll Authority deal

Tolling infrastructure plus ITS equipment are part of maintenance contract in California
Charging, Tolling & Road Pricing / September 1, 2023
By Adam Hill
San Francisco Bay Area tolling innovation technology © Minyun Zhou |
The Bay Bridge between San Francisco and Oakland is part of the contract (© Minyun Zhou |

Yunex Traffic has won a "multi-million dollar", three-year agreement to provide express lane and bridge tolling facility maintenance services for the Bay Area Toll Authority (Bata). 

As well as toll infrastructure at the San Francisco Bay area’s seven state-owned bridges including the Bay, Antioch, Richmond, Dumbarton and San Mateo, the deal includes express lanes within the Bay Area transportation network.

The contract, which can be extended for a further three years, includes the maintenance, repair and inspection of multiple ITS devices as well as supporting equipment including electrical systems, and stationary and variable message signs.

John Cane, Yunex US vice president of operations says Bata is "one of the most highly-regarded road and tolling authorities with one of the most complex networks in the nation".

Bata will have access to an integrated customer software portal that includes current and historical maintenance status of all the agency’s included assets, from sign controllers to toll booths. 

Angela Louie, Bata pincipal program coordinator, says: "Updating and maintaining our infrastructure is critical to ensuring high, quality, safe roadway operations for our residents".

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