Emovis wins Montenegro tunnel tolling contract

Eleven lanes of Soznia Tunnel will be upgraded with video tolling solution
Charging, Tolling & Road Pricing / March 27, 2023
By Adam Hill
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Sozina Tunnel: now on video

Emovis has won a new contract to upgrade tolling systems in the Sozina tunnel, which links Montenegro's capital Podgorica with the port town of Bar.
Public company Monteput chose Emovis for the project which includes the renewal of the existing 11 lanes with Emovis' video tolling solution, to be delivered in nine months.

Automated video tolling, or pay by plate, provides road users with a better travel experience while optimising operating costs, says Emovis.
“This project reinforces Emovis’ presence in Europe and demonstrates our experience in upgrading traditional tolling systems to video tolling: a cashless, low maintenance and high performing alternative for those concessionaires and toll road operators that are seeking to deliver a simplified and better experience for their road users," says Christian Barrientos, CEO of Emovis.
Monteput CEO Milan Ljiljanic adds: “For the last 10 years, we have had extremely successful business cooperation with Emovis. We believe that the introduction of these innovative solutions will further improve the throughput of vehicles at our toll station and provide our users with another very efficient way of toll collection.”

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