MAY 2019

Motorway tolling for the 21st century

The future of road tolling in both Europe and the United States is at the heart of this month’s issue of Infrastructure Channel.

 

We look at how new technologies will impact toll roads, facilitating connectivity and transportation across borders, but also contribute to finance future infrastructure needs.

 

In the first piece, former Wall Street Journal reporter Liam Moloney analyses the benefits of the newly introduced European Electronic Tolling Service, expected to further facilitate moving across the Continent.

 

In the second article we switch our focus to the U.S, where electronic tolling is increasingly seen as a powerful tool to finance future infrastructure needs, while allowing drivers to seamlessly pass through tolls without experiencing delays.

 

Finally we interview Gabriele Benedetto, CEO of Telepass, to find out how the leading mobility service provider is adapting to the new technologies to continue to offer new and reliable services. 

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