Less really is more

Paradoxically, convergence and consolidation are resulting in the leading tolling system suppliers offering a wider range of products and services… Plus and even longer piece of text to describe the feature which is rather useful. Like a paragraph of introduction...

The rise and rise of eRUC

New Zealand has operated a road user charging system since 1978 using mechanical hubodometers and paper based licences to charge per kilometre and tonne across the entire public road network. The charging regime applies to all heavy vehicles (over 3500kgs) and light vehicles powered by diesel and alternative fuels. Petrol powered light vehicles are taxed […]

Kapsch buys Transdyn

Kapsch TrafficCom acquired traffic management software and systems integration firm Transdyn from Powell Industries for $16 million (£9.7 million). Transdyn is known for its DYNAC Advanced Traffic Management Software and Kapsch now offers end-to-end intelligent transport systems.   CEO Georg Kapsch, said ‘The current customer trend clearly shows the desire for a converged tolling and […]