Tolling Points - By Bill Cramer

Written by Emanuela Stocchi, International Affairs, AISCAT (Associazione Italiana Società Concessionarie Autostrade e Trafori) Since the beginning of the year, ASECAP (the European Association of Toll Operators) and IBTTA have been working together... Read More
Coauthored by Mitchell Beer When the President proclaims a milestone like National Transportation Week, the dual purpose is to recognize significant achievements and set a course for an even brighter future. So here are three questions for the... Read More
President Obama has nominated Charlotte Mayor Anthony Foxx to be the next Secretary of Transportation with responsibility for overseeing all transportation modes (surface transportation, rail, air, maritime, etc.). The Mayor has a strong history... Read More
Written by Pierce Coffee, TransurbanThe 495 Express Lanes are transforming travel in northern Virginia, where traffic on the Capital Beltway around Washington, DC is almost always at the top of the United States’ “most congested” list.The new high-... Read More
With so many tolling authorities taking a fresh look at their emergency preparedness and management plans, Bryan Norcross’ keynote appearance at IBTTA’s 81st Annual Meeting and Exhibition next month in Vancouver, Canada, will be especially timely.... Read More
A new level of bipartisan consensus on transportation financing began to emerge earlier this month, during the annual summer meeting of the National Governors Association (NGA) in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.State governments are important players in the U... Read More
This Saturday, August 3 marks the 20th anniversary of one of the truly formative events in tolling industry history.On this day in 1993, toll facilities in New York, New Jersey, and Pennsylvania formed the E-ZPass Interagency Group (IAG), ushering... Read More
Last week, IBTTA veteran James Fortunato gave us one more reason to be proud to be part of the tolling industry.Fortunato, Vice President and Chief of Operations for Bridges and Tunnels at New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), was... Read More

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