$1.75B investment seen in electronic tolls

August 1994
Electronic News;8/8/94, Vol. 40 Issue 2026, p36
Trade Publication
Reveals that an increasing number of toll agencies worldwide are using short-range wireless communications to collect tolls from vehicles without requiring them to stop. Readiness of electronic toll collection (ETC) systems for widespread use at toll roads, bridges and tunnels everywhere.


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