African Electronic Tolling Study 2021
The African Electronic Tolling market will grow to over €800 million by 2030
Since the publication of the 2nd edition of our Electronic Tolling Global Study in 2018, the electronic tolling landscape has evolved significantly in every region of the world.
In Africa, difficulties with toll evasion in South Africa persist, whilst countries such as Kenya and Uganda look to the future with major infrastructure projects and East African neighbours look to develop interoperability schemes in order to boost trade.
All the while, advances in electronic tolling technology and lower prices – especially in RFID – are enabling the growth of ETC to more and more markets at more ambitious scales.
There is now a wide choice of technology and models for governments to choose from. Electronic Tolling and Road Usage Charging – worldwide – is entering a golden era as governments search for funding alternatives in the wake of rapidly declining fuel tax revenues, combined with a growing need to manage urban congestion and improve air quality.
The report is a 250-page analysis of the African electronic tolling landscape based on:
- 9 years of constant market surveillance
- 32 interviews from around the globe, with key stakeholders
- 6 months of desk research by a team of 7 consultants
- 35 strategy consulting assignments in the ETC domain
This is one of the most assertive and well-researched African study on the electronic tolling market in the world and includes the following:
- Geographic analysis of the top regional and national electronic tolling domains in Africa, and specifically includes:
- Electronic tolling technology roadmaps, through to 2030, including the prevalence of technologies such as:
- A comparative assessment of all tolling technologies:
- Deployment models and impacting trends for ANPR, DSRC, Infrared, GNSS and RFID
- Assessment of emerging technologies including fleet telematics devices, smartphones, and connected car payments
- Forecast of the technology mix
- An in-depth assessment of Europe including:
- Introduction to the market including legislation and major infrastructure campaigns
- Forces and models shaping interoperability
- Review of current and future projects
- Value chain and presentation of major local players
- Technology roadmap
- Country profiles for the major tolling domains
- 2020-2030 bottom-up market forecast
- African scope: 4 key countries investigated in detail
- Projections of the toll and electronic toll market in Africa: toll revenues, subscription volumes, share of ETC, key influencing factors
- An Excel file with subscription volumes by technology and vehicle type, devices sold, total revenues collected and ETC-only revenues collected
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