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IRF Delivers Road User Charging Workshop

Tolling technologies have made tremendous progress over the past decade, however their deployment on the ground still presents considerable investments and risks. IRF’s new certified training course was a unique opportunity to grow expertise and gain new insights in this fast-moving field.
Bringing together delegates from 8 countries, the course provided a rare chance to gain objective and technology-neutral knowledge on ways to migrate existing plaza-based / cash-based toll collection into free flow, noncash mode of operation. Case studies of successful tolling schemes for trucks and light vehicles were presented, as well as updates on a fast-paced regulatory framework.

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