Electronic Tolling Global Study 2019
The electronic tolling market is expected to grow from 196 million subscriptions in 2015 to over 540 million by 2025
Since the publication of our Electronic Toll Collection Global Study in mid-2015, the electronic tolling landscape has changed markedly in almost every region of the world.
Our free 40-page study abstract includes a summary of the key recent and planned activities across 15 markets.
Alongside national activity, toll network interoperability continues to advance in India, Colombia, China and Philippines. The European EETS market has also seemingly sprung to life with the registration of 8 EETS providers between December 2015 and November 2018.
The most comprehensive report on electronic tolling and road user charging
All the while, advances in 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. Tolling worldwide is in fact 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.
In this report we break down and guide you through the changes above, and much more, giving qualitative and quantitative analysis to key questions.
The 750-page analysis of the global electronic tolling landscape is based on:
- 7 years of constant market surveillance
- 50 interviews with key stakeholders
- 6 months of desk research by a team of 7 consultants
- 20 strategy consulting assignments
The 40 detailed country profiles included in the study across 5 regions
It is the most assertive and well-researched study on the tolling market. This study includes:
- A comparative assessment of all toll technologies:
- Deployment models and impacting trends for ANPR, DSRC, Infrared, GNSS and RFID
- Forecast of the technology mix
- An impact analysis of interoperability in tolling:
- Forces and models shaping interoperability
- Review of current projects in Europe, US and Colombia
- Impact of the different models on toll chargers and service providers
- 12 EETS service providers profiled, analysing their strategic positioning and range of services
- And also: An in-depth review of the 40 biggest toll domains worldwide with traffic volumes, technology, model, size and revenues projections
The study is also a strategic tool for toll service providers, US toll agencies and toll chargers worldwide. It dissects how to effectively promote tolling as a funding mechanism including:
- Defining and outlining a sound communication strategy
- Lessons learned from best practices around the world
- Learning how the competition for toll service provision will transform the ecosystem
- Identifying the role of vehicle manufacturers, technology giants, fleet telematics providers and mobile wallets
The study also provides strategic recommendations to service providers:
- Best practices for winning market share in future tolling markets
- How to ensure control of the future toll payment interface
The study also comes with a complete bottom-up market forecast in Excel:
- New vehicle sold
- 40 countries investigated for toll revenue projections,
- Subscription volumes and revenues
- Share of electronic tolling subscription volumes
- By technology type
- By vehicle type