Electronic road pricing

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For the Singapore system, see Electronic Road Pricing (Singapore).

Electronic road pricing is the technology and mechanism to toll drivers by electronic means in an area within which road pricing is imposed. It was first put into trial in Hong Kong in the early 1980s, but its implementation was aborted. Current systems include Singapore, Singapore; London, England, United Kingdom; and Stockholm, Sweden.