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]

China[edit]

ETC has operated since June 2014. 13 provinces support ETC as of December 2014. As of December 2015, it works in 29 provinces. Plans vary by province and bank, and discounted rates (usually 5% off) may be available in some areas. The MoT is scheduling to cancel all cross-provinces and cross-junctions toll booths in 2019~2020, by renovating toll booths in all entries and exists, plus installing barrels (like how Electronic Road Pricing in Singapore works) on the province borders to fully support non-stop payments.[1]

Type of payment: prepaid card, some Chinese debit card (depends on at which bank one's ETC was opened), some Chinese credit cards (depends on at which bank one's ETC was opened), and (in some provinces) Alipay and WeChat pay. There usually an up front payment for new users. Wherever the Chinese ETC is opened, it is accepted nationwide as long as ETC is supported in that area.

Some emergency services vehicles, such as fire trucks and military vehicles, are also installed ETC e-tags by MEM and MND.

Name of roadway Type of roadway Owned by Operated by Location
Huitong Card Expressways

Toll roads

Parking places

Custom checkpoints

Anhui Government Anhui Province Expressway Network Operation Co Ltd Anhui
Sutong Card Beijing Government Beijing Sutong Technology Co Ltd Beijing
Tianjin Government Tianjin
Tongyu Card Chongqing Government Chongqing Expressways Corp. Chongqing
Mintong Card Fujian Government Fujian Expressway ETC toll center Fujian
E-Serve Guangdong Government Guangdong Unitoll Co Ltd GD-HK-MO
Baguixing Card Guangxi Government Guangxi Jietong Expressway Technology Co Ltd Guangxi
Low Carbon Driving Card Hebei Government Hebei Expressway Bureau Hebei
Zhongyuantong Henan Government Henan Shibo Electronic Co Ltd Henan
Heilongjiang ETC Card Heilongjiang Government Heilongjiang ETC Bureau Heilongjiang
Hubei ETC VIP Hubei Government Hubei Expressway Network Toll collecting Center Hubei
Xiangtong Card Hunan Government Hunan Expressway Jietong Informations Co Ltd Hunan
Mengtong Card Inner Mongolia Government Inner Mongolia
Sutong Card Jiangsu Government Jiangsu Expressway Network Operation Co Ltd Jiangsu
Gantong Card Jiangxi Government Jiangxi Expressway Networking Management Center Jiangxi
Jilin Government Jilin
Liaoning Government Liaoning Province Expressway Industrial Development Co Ltd Liaoning
Sanqintong Shaanxi Government Shaanxi Province Expressway E-pay Co Ltd Shaanxi
Lutong Card Shandong Government Shandong Expressway Collecting Center Shandong
Xinlian Card Shandong Expressway Xinlian Co Ltd
Hutong Card Shanghai Government SPTCC Shanghai
Kuaitong Card Shanxi Government Shanxi Transportation Informations Co Ltd Shanxi
Zhejiang ETC Card Zhejiang Government Zhejiang Highway Bureau Zhejiang

Note that there's no known payment systems and toll booths for expressways in Hainan and Tibet, because:

  1. Management fees of Hainan expressways are combined with fuel surcharges, and hence instead of paying by drivers, such fees are dynamically paid by filling stations in Hainan;
  2. Expressways in Tibet are builded by Tibetan PAPs, and are directly managed by State Council.
Hong Kong[edit]

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

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

Japan[edit]

ETC started operation in 2001. It covers toll roads and tunnels in Japan; there are 6,000,000 daily transactions with a usage ratio of 90%.[2]

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 the (T-money, Cashbee, and Hanpay) are compatible with existing hi-pass system.

Taiwan[edit]

Taiwan ETC systems has been operated since February 10, 2006. It is now under transition from OBU (infrared-based) to e-Tag (passive RFID-based) MLFF as of 2012, and was expected to go live as of 1 January 2014.

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)

Southwest Asia[edit]

Name of roadway Type of roadway Owned by Operated by Location
Highway 6 Highway Derech Eretz Israel
Shaikh Zayed Road Highway RTA Dubai, UAE
Salik ETC RTA Dubai, UAE
Tehran-Qom Freeway
Tehran-Pardis Freeway
Ahvaz-Bandar Emam Freeway
Freeway ETC Bank Maskan Iran

South Asia[edit]

India[edit]

Name of roadway Type of roadway Owned by Operated by Location
FASTag Highway NHAI Indian Highways Management Company Limited Pan-India
NH-6 toll road Highway NHAI TollTrax Toll Collection System Kharagpur, India
Bandra-Worli Sea Link (Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link) Highway MSRDC/HCC HCC Infrastructure Developers Mumbai, India
Delhi Gurgaon Expressway Highway NHAI Metro Electronic Toll Collection Systems Delhi, India
Lucknow Sitapur Expressways Ltd Highway NHAI Rajdeep – Toll Management System Uttar Pradesh, India
Madhurai Rameshwaram Expressways Ltd Highway NHAI Technovaa – Toll Management System Tamil Nadu, India
Cochin Highway NHAI Technovaa – Toll Management System Tamil Nadu, India
GMR Ambala-Chandigarh Expressway Highway NHAI Rajdeep – Toll Management System Haryana & Punjab, India
GMR Ulunderpet Expressway Highway NHAI IBI Group Tamil Nadu, India
Kumarapalayam Toll Road Highway NHAI Efkon Group Tamil Nadu, India

Sri Lanka[edit]

Name of roadway Type of roadway Owned by Branded as Operated by Location
Colombo – Katunayake Expressway Expressway Road Development Authority E-Tag Expressway Operation Maintenance and Management Division-Sri Lanka Sri Lanka

Southeast Asia[edit]

Thailand[edit]

Name of roadway Type of roadway Owned by Branded as Operated by Location
Thai expressway network Expressways Expressway Authority of Thailand Easy Pass TAG
Multi Lane Free Flow (experiment)
Bangkok and nearby provinces
Thai motorway network Motorways Department of Highways M-Pass TAG Bangkok and nearby provinces

Malaysia[edit]

Name of roadway Type of roadway Owned by Branded as Operated by Location
Malaysian expressway networks Highways/Expressway Lembaga Lebuhraya Malaysia (Malaysia Highway Authority) Smart TAG
Touch 'n Go
MLFF (experiment)
Touch 'n Go Sdn Bhd Nationwide

Philippines[edit]

Name of roadway Type of roadway Owned by Operated by Location
North Luzon Expressway Highway Manila North Tollways Corporation Easytrip Luzon and Metro Manila
Subic–Clark–Tarlac Expressway Highway Bases Conversion and Development Authority Easytrip Luzon
Subic–Tipo Expressway Highway Manila North Tollways Corporation Easytrip Luzon
Metro Manila Skyway Elevated Highway Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation AutoSweep RFID Metro Manila
NAIA Expressway Elevated Highway Vertex Tollways Development, Inc AutoSweep RFID Metro Manila
Muntinlupa–Cavite Expressway Highway AC Infrastructure Holdings Corporation AutoSweep RFID Luzon and Metro Manila
Manila–Cavite Expressway Highway Public Estates Authority Tollway Corporation Easytrip Luzon and Metro Manila
Southern Tagalog Arterial Road Highway STAR Infrastructure Development Corporation AutoSweep RFID Luzon
South Luzon Expressway Highway South Luzon Tollways Corporation AutoSweep RFID Luzon and Metro Manila
Tarlac–Pangasinan–La Union Expressway Highway Private Infra Development Corporation AutoSweep RFID Luzon

Singapore[edit]

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

Indonesia[edit]

In the early 2010s Bank Mandiri introduced the e-Tollcard (now Mandiri e-money) contactless charge card, which monopolized the Electronic Toll Collection system in Indonesia's expressways for a time.

Since October 31, 2017 all expressways in Indonesia no longer accept cash tolls.

Toll booths only accept contactless charge cards as part of a greater "National Non-Cash Movement"[3] (Gerakan Nasional Non Tunai, GNNT) organized by the central bank. As of the time of the switchover, charge cards issued by the four state-owned banks Bank Mandiri, BNI, BRI and BTN, as well as those issued by BCA, were accepted. There are currently plans for toll booths to accept more cards issued by different banks.

This is also a part of the Government of Indonesia's plan to eradicate toll booths and replace them with open-road tolling (officially called Multi-Lane Free Flow, MLFF by the government) similar to the ETC system in Taiwan.

Europe[edit]

Western Europe[edit]

  • Austria – Videomaut for motorways and expressways subject to special tolls
  • Austria – go-maut[4] for the national Autobahn network
  • Belgium – Kilometer charge for trucks on public roads[5]
  • France – Télépéage, usually branded liber-t[6] 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[7]
  • Spain – VIA-T,[8] VIA-T Pagatelia,[9] VIA-T Bip&Drive[10]
  • Switzerland – performance-related heavy vehicle fee[11]

United Kingdom and Ireland[edit]

Scandinavia[edit]

Eastern Europe[edit]

North America[edit]

Canada[edit]

Costa Rica[edit]

  • Quick Pass[28] lane uses E-Z Pass technology in all toll booths in the country.

Dominican Republic[edit]

  • Paso Rapido[29] lane uses E-Z Pass technology in all toll booths in the country.

Mexico[edit]

United States[edit]

The 2012 transportation funding bill MAP-21 required all electronic tolling systems on Interstate highways be compatible by October 1, 2016, but no funding and no penalty were provided, so discussions on interoperability are ongoing[31] through the International Bridge, Tunnel and Turnpike Association.[32] In Florida, older battery-powered SunPass transponders were no longer accepted as of January 1, 2016, in preparation for future compatibility with E-ZPass toll booths. Several mobile tolling platforms are currently in use.

  • Florida-Georgia-North Carolina interoperability area (Florida Turnpike Enterprise, Central Florida Expressway Authority)
  • E-PASS (Florida)
    • Also interoperable with North Carolina Quick Pass, Georgia PeachPass, and Florida SunPass.
    • E-PASS Xtra works in 18 states and is interoperable with E-ZPass network, and North Carolina Quick Pass, Georgia PeachPass, and Florida SunPass. E-PASS Xtra works in FL, GA, NC, VA, WV, MD, DE, NJ, NY, PA, MA, RI, NH, ME, OH, IN, IL, and KY. Manage only one toll account for travel in 18 states.
  • SunPass network (Florida)
  • Freedom Pass in Alabama[46] at the following locations:
    • Tuscaloosa Bypass
    • Montgomery Expressway
    • Emerald Mountain Expressway
    • Beach Express
  • NationalPass, a system for providing a single transponder claimed to be compatible with all of the other systems listed here.

Australia[edit]

Australia[edit]

New Zealand[edit]

  • Northern Gateway Toll Road on the Northern Motorway in Auckland
  • Tauranga Eastern Link Toll Road on State highway 2 in Tauranga
  • Takitimu Drive Toll road on State highway 29 in Tauranga

South America[edit]

Argentina[edit]

  • Autopistas Avenida General Paz and Acceso Norte in Buenos Aires[57] system PASE (Peaje Automático Sin Espera)
  • Autopistas 25 de Mayo, Dellepiane, Perito Moreno and Arturo Illia[58]
  • Autopista Ezeiza – Cañuelas[59]
  • Autopista Acceso Oeste[60]
  • Autopista La Plata – Buenos Aires[61]
  • Autopista Camino Parque del Buen Ayre[62]
  • Córdoba – Caminos de las sierras (CUIS)[63]

Chile[edit]

  • Autopista Central[64] in Santiago
  • Autopista Vespucio Sur[65] in Santiago
  • Autopista Vespucio Norte Express[66] in Santiago
  • Costanera Norte[67] in Santiago (world's first free-flow ETC freeway to cross through a downtown area)
  • Túnel San Cristóbal[68] in Santiago
  • Acceso Sur de Santiago and Chile Highway 5 Santiago – Talca section[69]
  • Chile Route 68[70] in Santiago – Valparaíso and Santiago Viña del Mar
  • International Highway Los Libertadores[71] (Chilean section)
  • Arturo Merino Benitez Road Access[72] in Santiago

See also: Free-flow

Colombia[edit]

Africa[edit]

South Africa[edit]

  • e-toll operated by Sanral[74] throughout the Gauteng province. Cities include Johannesburg, Pretoria, Centurion, Midrand, Soweto and the East and West Rand.
  • Bakwena N1N4 Toll Concession[75] 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.[76]
  • Since December 2015, the e-tag is operational on all toll roads nationally.[77]

External links[edit]

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