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Saturday , 25 June 2022

Thane gets India?s first RFID based ETC system

India?s first interoperable RFID (Radio Frequency Identification Device) based electronic toll collection system has been launched in Thane, Maharashtra on the Mumbai-Ahmedabad highway. The electronic toll collection (ETC) system enables payment without the need for vehicles to stop for the toll collection, and also allows traffic monitoring. Motorists can create a pre-paid toll account online and are given RFID tags which are attached to the vehicle?s windscreens. When a vehicle passes through a toll plaza the user?s account gets debited automatically. The tags, along with roadside sensors and a computerised system, enable unique identification of each vehicle and also provide vehicle and traffic monitoring, besides data collection. The tags are available in kiosks located at toll plazas along Mumbai-Vadodara section of the highway and on the ICCI bank?s website.

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