ELECTRONIC TOLL COLLECTION SYSTEM FOR HIGHWAYS
- MARKETS :
- Roads & Highways
- SERVICES :
- Transportation & Civil Engineering
Project & Construction Management
- SCOPE OF WORK :
Monitoring of performance.
Paying toll fees without slowing down
Taiwan’s Highway ETC System was completed in 2005 and started operating in 2006 with 2013 as final completion date for the whole system. The ETC system allows a barrier-free passage at toll plazas thanks to a signal detected by special sensors allowing automated fee collection for equipped cars. It covers a total road length of 884 km, including 131 interchanges. The system is largely successful with 65% of highway drivers using it in 2012 and with its use being generalized to all toll lanes after 2014.
Scope of work
MAA was part of a consortium in charge of this BOOT (build own operate transfer) project implementation, its services including planning, tender preparation, installation supervision and monitoring of performance.
- BIM Awards by Chinese Institute of Civil and Hydraulic Engineering
- The 16th Public Construction Golden Quality Award
- Enterprise Project Management Benchmarking Award
- Taiwan Geotechnical Engineering Award
QINGSHUI SERVICE AREA
XINYI BYPASS OF THE TAIPEI CONNECTING HIGHWAY
BANGKOK CHONBURI NEW MOTORWAY
NATIONAL HIGHWAY NO. 1 KAOHSIUNG SCIENCE PARK INTERCHANGE
NGUYEN VAN LINH PARKWAY
HO CHI MINH CITY, VIETNAM
BRADDELL ROAD AND ANG MO KIO EXPRESSWAY FLYOVERS
RAMINDRA OUTER RING ROAD