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It’s hard to decide which conclusion from the McKinsey Global Institute’s recent research on infrastructure financing is more mind-boggling. The calculation that the world will need to spend nearly $57 trillion over the next 15 years to meet its... Read More
This is the last post in our series of international tolling success stories. I hope you have enjoyed our posts this past week. Salik means ‘open’ or ‘clear’ in Arabic, and that was precisely the goal when Dubai’s Roads and Transport Authority... Read More
On this week’s blog, while IBTTA is holding its 83rd Annual Meeting and Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland, I am pleased to share with you another international tolling success story. You know that winter maintenance is a central part of your operations... Read More
This week, IBTTA is holding its 83rd Annual Meeting and Exhibition in Dublin, Ireland. I thought it would be a good opportunity to share several international success stories on the blog. After nearly a half-century of often explosive economic... Read More
As summer comes to an official close with the upcoming Labor Day weekend, millions of Americans will celebrate the holiday by traveling to their favorite beach, family picnic or other popular destination.  And if it’s anything like the last major... Read More
By Joe Averkamp, senior director, Technology, Policy, and Technical Strategy, Xerox With the Grand Opening of Mcity on July 20 in Ann Arbor, the curtain was pulled back on a major initiative that the University of Michigan has put together with key... Read More
Lauren Hakos is Chief Meeting Organizer of IBTTA’s New Media, Communications & Human Resources Workshop, October 18-20, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio. In this interview with Tolling Points, she digs into the challenges facing communications and human... Read More
The OReGO launch has created quite a stir across the state, with a wave of consumer interest and a steady drumbeat of news coverage. In a recent interview with the Register-Guard in Eugene, OR, ODOT Public Information Officer Michelle Godfrey noted... Read More
All-electronic tolling (AET) is getting so popular across the United States that our customers are starting to tell the story. In the space of two days earlier this month, The Washington Post and USA Today carried reports on highway users who were... Read More
One of the biggest, most important users of the interstate highway system may have to reconsider and reset some long-held assumptions as a result of an independent study released earlier this month by the Reason Foundation. The user group is the... Read More

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