Electronic Tolling Global Study 2019: Table of content

  1. ETC and RUC global overview  
    1. How ETC is leading a global renaissance in road tolling
    2. Traditional devices and technologies competing to charge and enforce tolls
      1. Global technological overview
      2. RFID
      3. DSRC
      4. GNSS
      5. ANPR
    3. The electronic tolling value chain and power players
      1. Value chain integrators
      2. Device manufacturers
      3. Active toll chargers
      4. Service operators
      5. Systems specialists
      6. Active and passive smartphone platforms
  2. Promoting road charging as an infrastructure funding mechanism
    1. Road charging as a means to fund new infrastructure
    2. Identifying the benefits of road charging
    3. Promoting tolling to a skeptical public
    4. Best practices when promoting and implementing tolling
  3. Electronic tolling as a connected service
    1. The changing nature of ETC charging technology
    2. The 10 groups positioning themselves as toll service providers
      1. The traditional players
      2. The new entrants
      3. How new entrants and smartphone based services will shake up the market
    3. Utilising data to deliver a winning service proposition
    4. Best practices for winning and retaining market share as a toll service provider
  4. One device, one contract: The global movement towards tolling interoperability
    1. The European Electronic Toll Service (EETS)
      1. The requirements to become an EETS provider
      2. Data provision and relationships with third parties
      3. The business case behind EETS
      4. The continued expansion of the EETS market
      5. Company profiles for EETS providers and relevant re-sellers
    2. Connecting America’s toll systems
    3. ColPass: Colombia’s path to national interoperability
  5. A quantitative look at road charging across the world
    1. Quantitative view of road tolling in Europe
    2. Quantitative view of road tolling in North America
    3. Quantitative view of road tolling in Latin America
    4. Quantitative view of road tolling in Asia-Pacific
    5. Quantitative view of road tolling in Oceania
    6. Quantitative view of road tolling in AfricaMethodology and definitions
  6. Country specific analysis
    1. North America
      1. Canada
      2. USA
    2. Latin America
      1. Brazil
      2. Chile
      3. Mexico
    3. Europe
      1. Austria
      2. Belarus
      3. Belgium
      4. Bulgaria
      5. Czech Republic
      6. France
      7. Germany
      8. Greece
      9. Hungary
      10. Italy
      11. Norway
      12. Poland
      13. Portugal
      14. Russia
      15. Slovakia
      16. Slovenia
      17. Spain
      18. Switzerland
      19. The Netherlands
      20. The UK
      21. Turkey
      22. Ukraine
    4. Asia and Oceania
      1. Australia
      2. China
      3. India
      4. Indonesia
      5. Japan
      6. Malaysia
      7. New Zealand
      8. Philippines
      9. Singapore
      10. South Korea
      11. Taiwan
  7. Conclusions