ETC Global Study 2015
The study is over 650-pages long and encompasses everything there is to know about Electronic Tolling. You will find information about
The ETC market size and potential,
- The key trends in toll types and revenues opportunities,
- The technology mix in place today and its evolution,
- As well as full quantification of all those elements
To introduce this new launch, we are sharing the full table of contents, the list of companies interviewed as well as an 95-page extract of the study containing:
- Exclusive interviews of senior industry representatives.
- Marc Billiet, Head Of EU Goods Transport at the International Road Transport Union (IRU)
- Peter Ummenhofer, VP Solution Management Division and Marcus Handl, Investor Relations & Strategy Officer at Kapsch TrafficCom
- Martin Stone, General Manager of Egis Projects USA
- Maps of the landscape and evolution of electronic toll collection globally
- Overview of the directions in Europe and the US regulations affecting the tolling sector
- Analysis of the key challenges faced by the tolling industry with case studies
- Detailed assessment of the French Ecotaxe fiasco
- Impact assessment of road charging on the transport industry
Electronic toll collection (ETC) has recently taken a turn and is now becoming a global trend.
Debts, ageing population, reduced fuel tax revenue and above all, sharp increase in infrastructure building costs have transformed tolling from a local revenue generating scheme to a national policy applied worldwide.
In this context electronic tolling and road user charging have become recognised methods to collect tolls in an efficient, fair and sustainable way.
Today however, we are confronted by a multitude of technology standards and toll types that are not only incompatible with each other but also incompatible with the demands of our society.
This is why we have spent 18 months researching the ETC market and analysing its evolution. As with our past publications, it is written to become the reference document for its industry. (A short 95-page abstract can be downloaded here)
At over 650 pages, it encompasses everything there is to know about the various road charging mechanisms. The study includes over 170 charts, diagrams, illustrations and tables.
The reference tool for strategic decision making
The Electronic Toll Charging Global Study contains a wide array of analysis and commentary on all aspects of road charging and connected services, in addition to country profiles assessing the opportunities for road chargers and solutions providers
A strategic analysis of Road User Charging
The drivers behind the growth of ETC in Europe and the US
Analysis of the business case for interoperability in Europe and the US
A step-by-step guide to select and switch between toll types
Analysis of the operators’ opportunities in flow management and value added service (VAS) provision
Demonstration of the opportunities linked to delivering tolling as part of a connected vehicle service set
Overview of the need for and efforts toward inter-state toll roaming with recommendations to stakeholders involved.
An electronic tolling technology analysis
A complete assessment -and neutral comparison- of the toll technologies in use today worldwide
Analysis and comparison of the toll types and how they apply to different environment
Assessment of the strategic and technical solution to interoperability
Assessment of the regulatory and technology standards changes
A road charging market analysis
36 countries analysed and rated for their potential attractiveness
A handbook of the 25 most significant stakeholders in ETC today with critical analysis and rating
Key trends in transportation and traffic in Europe
The fleet management market evolution and its effect on tolling
A ETC market sizing and forecast
Calculation, modelling and forecast of the ETC addressable market globally
Delivered in a separate excel file
For more details download the market forecast for the ETC study here (categories)
PLUS: The new trends: big car data, mobile tolling, mobility pricing and sustainable mobility