Electronic Tolling Global Study 2021
The Global Electronic Tolling market will grow to over 874 million subscriptions 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.
From technology changes in the Asia-Pacific, to environmental mandates in Europe and the initiation of Road Usage Charging in North America, our Electronic Tolling Global Study is updated for 2021 and expanded, with an additional 15 countries included for this third edition of our incredibly popular electronic tolling series of reports, the geographic coverage now increases to 55 countries.
Alongside national activity, toll network interoperability continues to advance in India, Colombia, China and Philippines. The European EETS market has also evolved with recent legislative amendments coming into force no later than October 2021.
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 Study is based on:
- Over 10 years of constant ETC market surveillance;
- In excess of 60 interviews with industry executives, organisations and stakeholders across five continents;
- Over 950 pages of analysis in the full Electronic Toll Collection Global Study
- 9,000 hours of research and analysis of the latest events and trends in the global ETC and RUC industry.
This is the most assertive and well-researched global study on the electronic tolling market in the world and includes details such as:
- Geographic analysis of the top regional-, national- and (new for the US) state-level electronic tolling domains around the world, and specifically includes:
- Electronic tolling technology roadmaps, through to 2030, by country, including:
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