Following in the footsteps of its Brussels and Miami-based counterparts, the third and latest iteration of the Road User Charging Conference series – Road User Charging Conference Asia Pacific – highlights the latest tolling technologies, road-user charging projects and intelligent transport systems being implemented across the Asia-Pacific region.
With more than half of the world’s population living in the region, the Asia Pacific constitutes a diverse mix of fast emerging and developed economies that collectively account for a large, connected road network enabling the flow of people and goods – which presents a host of complex challenges and exciting opportunities for senior decision-makers responsible for operating and maintaining the transportation infrastructure there.
Thus, Road User Charging Conference Asia Pacific brings together leading public- and private-sector transportation professionals from organisations and businesses based in more than 40 countries across the region to share best practices, ideas, and information on how to better regulate traffic and generate revenues on highways and major arterial roads in and out of the region's most congested cities, including Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Sydney, Bengaluru, Chongqing, Tokyo, Jakarta and Seoul.
A bespoke agenda tailored specifically to countries within the Asia-Pacific region focuses provides insight into a variety of charging models including time- and distance-based charging, congestion charging, emission-based charging and all-electronic tolling.
The program also tackles a variety of crucial topics and issues that form different parts of the conversation around tolling and road-user charging, such as financing and procurement, enforcement and compliance, payment systems and options, rate setting policies and practices, interoperability, communication and PR, legislation and policy, data and privacy, equity, sustainability and decarbonization.
This unmissable two-day industry event will return to Singapore on 02-03 October 2024 at the Four Points by Sheraton Singapore, Riverview hotel. Attendees included toll road operators, toll service providers, toll chargers, system integrators, automotive manufacturers and suppliers, local councils, transportation and highways authorities, state and national government officials, mobile telecom operators, telematics solution providers, independent consultancies, device and equipment suppliers, technology companies and mobility service providers.