List of electronic toll collection systems

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This is a list of electronic toll collection systems in use on toll roads throughout the world.

Asia[edit]

East Asia[edit]

Japan[edit]

ETC. Covers toll roads and tunnels in Japan; 6,000,000 daily transactions: Organization for Road System Enhancement.

South Korea[edit]

hi-pass, operated by Korea Expressway Corporation, covers all national express roads and several BTO/BTL roads in South Korea. From 2013, transportation cards(T-money, Cashbee, and Hanpay) are compatible with existing hi-pass system.

Taiwan[edit]

Taiwan ETC systems is operated since February 10, 2006

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
Sun Yat-sen Freeway, Formosa Freeway (21 toll stations) Highway Taiwan Area Freeway Bureau Far Eastern Electronic Toll Collection Co. (FETC)

(its now under transition from OBU(Infrared based) to e-Tag(Passive RFID based) MLFF as of 2012, will go live as of 1 January 2014)

Southwest Asia[edit]

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
Highway 6 Highway Derech Eretz Israel
Shaikh Zayed Road Highway RTA Dubai, UAE

South Asia[edit]

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
NH-6 toll road Highway NHAI TollTrax Toll Collection System Kharagpur, India
Bandra-Worli Sea Link (Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link) Highway MSRDC/HCC [MEP Infrastructure Developers http://www.mepinfra.com] Mumbai, India
GIPL TOLL ROAD Highway NHAI IRD Electronics Toll System Kerala, trissur, India
Delhi Gurgaon Expressway Highway NHAI Metro Electronic Toll Collection Systems Delhi, India
Highway/Tunnel NHA HyPass Pakistan: 17 Mile Toll Plaza, Kashmir Highway, Kohat Tunnel, LAFCO toll plazas from Sheikhupura to Faisalabad
Lucknow Sitapur Expressways Ltd Highway NHAI IBI Group Uttar Pradesh, India
GMR Ambala-Chandigarh Expressway Highway NHAI IBI Group Haryana & Punjab, India
GMR Ulunderpet Expressway Highway NHAI IBI Group Tamil Nadu, India
KUMARAPALAYAM TOLL ROAD Highway NHAI Efkon Group Tamil Nadu,India

Southeast Asia[edit]

Thailand[edit]

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
[Expressway Authority of Thailand]http://www.exat.co.th Expressways TAG
Multi Lane Free Flow (experiment)
Bangkok & Nearby Provinces

Malaysia[edit]

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
Malaysian expressway networks Highways Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia (Malaysia Highway Authority) Smart TAG
Touch 'n Go
Multi Lane Free Flow (experiment)
Nationwide

Hong Kong[edit]

Covers toll roads and tunnels in Hong Kong; 220,000 users making 320,000 daily transactions:

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
12 toll roads and tunnels Autotoll (Autopass (now merged with Autotoll) and Electronic Toll Systems Ltd. (now merged with Autotoll) Hong Kong

Philippines[edit]

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
North Luzon Expressway Highway EC Tag Luzon
South Luzon Expressway and Metro Manila Skyway Highway and bridge E - Pass Tag Luzon and Metro Manila

Singapore[edit]

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Name of Roadway Type of Roadway Owned by Operated by Location
roadways entering downtown roads and highways Area Licensing Scheme (Merged with EPS).This was the world's first to implement congestion charges to enter a downtown area. central core of Singapore
Electronic Road Pricing

Europe[edit]

Western Europe[edit]

  • Austria - Videomaut for motorways and expressways subject to special tolls
  • Austria - go-maut [1] for the national Autobahn network
  • France - Télépéage usually branded liber-t [2] on motorways (run by the Federation of French Motorway Companies) (ASFA).
  • Germany - LKW-MAUT for trucks on Autobahns
  • Italy - TELEPASS on Autostrade motorways
  • Portugal - Via Verde
  • Portugal - Highways A22 (Algarve) and A28 (Porto) operated by Via Livre [3]
  • Spain - VIA-T [4] or Telepeaje
  • Switzerland - Performance related heavy vehicle fee [5]

United Kingdom and Ireland[edit]

Scandinavia[edit]

Eastern Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

Costa Rica[edit]

  • "Quick Pass" lane using E-Z Pass technology in all of the toll booths in the country.

Dominican Republic[edit]

  • "Paso Rapido" lane using E-Z Pass technology in all of the toll booths in the country.

Mexico[edit]

United States[edit]

Australia[edit]

Main article: e-TAG

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

Brazil[edit]

Chile[edit]

See also: Free Flow

Colombia[edit]

Africa[edit]

South Africa[edit]

  • e-toll operated by Sanral throughout the Gauteng province. Cities include Johannesburg, Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand, Soweto and the East and West Rand.
  • Bakwena N1N4 Toll Concession. The Bakwena N1N4 Toll is a separate system and has been operating for the past 12 years. The e-tag system employed by Sanral is also compatible with the current Bakwena tags and may be registered with Sanral's e-toll system for use on certain sections of the N1 and N4 towards Bela-Bela, Rustenburg and Botswana.[1]

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