The Balkan region is witnessing a rapid uptake in next-generation road charging programs, such as free-flow tolling for Heavy Goods Vehicles. The technologies supporting road charging systems have made tremendous progress over the past decade, and today developing and implementing a local or national solution presents fewer risks than was the case 10-15 years ago.
Nevertheless, delivering a successful road charging program frequently involves navigating through complex decisions, ranging from interoperability concerns to stakeholder engagement and cross-border enforcement, which road agencies are not always equipped to confront. Additionally, well-designed road charging programs can help achieve a number of different policy objectives, such as safer roads and more environmentally efficient road transport.
- Good practices in road charging & tolling design
- Key success factors in delivering road tolling projects
- Interoperability & cross border enforcement
- Working with tolling stakeholders
- Reaping the full benefits of road tolling programs
- Road and Transport Agencies
- Road Operators
- Tolling Agencies
- Research Institutes
Josef A. Czako
President & CEO | Moving Forward Consulting
Vice President, Europe & Central Asia | IRF Global
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