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    • Sharing best practices from Australia and Poland
    • Showcasing state-of-the-art performance
    • kanyeLooking beyond tolling: exploring future applications
    • Shift to RFID: when cash is no longer king
    • The customer as a driver of business transformation
    • The future is barrier-freese
    • How a demand-centric approach advocates for the use pricing mechanisms to effectively manage car travel demand
    • The vital role of congestion charging as an efficient traffic management tool
    • The importance of public acceptance and visibility of tangible benefitseyy
    • Exploiting the potential of technology and innovation to achieve long term sustainable development
    • Developing an open and scalable system architecture for congestion management and co-creation of value-added services
    • Enhancing mobility experience of motorists through more accurate and timely traffic information hiii
    • Decarbonised society and the penetration of electric vehicles  
    • Electric road system (power feeding while vehicle in motion) 
    • welll Outline of international standardisation work on electric road system with roadside feeding type 
    • What are the issues with addressing equity within a RUC program or at a different level of interaction between government and users?
    • What we have learned about how RUC affects equity relative to prior revenue sources
    • How different jurisdictions around the world have sought to address RUC equity issues


    • Overview of the toll-road construction financing system in Indonesia
    • Toll tariff determination
    • Tariff integration among toll companiesii
    • Innovative use of AI-powered technology to enhance ETC traffic prediction and operation, and reduce traffic congestion
    • Integration of AI algorithms into front-end tolling equipment and back-office operations systems
    • How AI could enhance operational processes and reduce overhead costshii
    • The modernization of India’s highway system
    • Investing in Indian toll roads – Aims? Benefits?
    • What methods are in place to ease congestion and improve the mobility of both goods and people?hey
    • Why interoperability is a complex task and requires collaboration and coordination among multiple stakeholders
    • How interoperability allows for quicker passage through toll points, better traffic flow, fewer delays and lower emissions
    • How interoperability can enhance usability and revenue collection for transportation infrastructure maintenance and developmentyee
    • As fuel taxes decline, a new system is needed to help fund roads and transportation, reduce emissions, and manage congestion
    • Is a pay-per-mile road user charge the answer?
    • Challenges and benefits of implementing a mileage-based scheme in Asia-Pacific urban centers
    • What does success look like in enabling a RUC ecosystem / what role does technology play / what are the challenges that exist and how do we overcome this?
    • What are the benefits for road users? Does this extend to public transport?
    • Who are the main actors/stakeholders for a successful RUC project? What are the role of pilots?
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    • How to solve the toll leakage problems in your network with the eTollPass protocol and funding options
    • Build and increase roll reputation with eFleetPass' suite of fleet business software applications
    • In-vehicle tolling and the future of mobility with on-demand payments and blockchain tolling – is there a future?
    • Thailand’s strategy for handling the growing volume of motorists on its roads
    • Proposed charges for motorists on Bangkok city roads by the Ministry of Transport
    • Evaluating the M-Flow toll system: is investing in technology the sustainable fix?hi
    • Overview of the 1st Expressway and its Beneficiaries 
    • BOT Scheme, its Operation and Effectiveness of the BOT Scheme
    • System & Technology Used to operate the expressway and the pricing policy and future direction on expressway expansion


    • Implementation of electronic toll collection (ETC) in expressway systems in Vietnam
    • Policies and technologies for ETC in Vietnam in the next stages
    • Case study: The operation of ETC on the Hanoi-Hai Phong Expresswayheyy
    • Advantages and disadvantage of New Zealand’s road user charges system
    • Outline of the challenges facing the funding of land transport in New Zealand
    • The work being undertaken to explore how to fund land transport in the futureheyy
    • Traffic overview in Jakarta
    • ERP implementation planning
    • The benefits and challengeswwww
    • Analysis of the economic and political challenges Singapore overcame to implement one of the largest, most sophisticated urban road pricing systems in the world
    • Understanding the performance, policy parameters and outcomes of Singapore’s Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) system on congestion
    • Outline of future challenges faced by Singapore’s ERP system under a policy of zero car growth and technological shift toward a new satellite-based road pricing system


    • How Australia is unique because it is an island continent, it is a left-hand drive country, and has a very different vehicle profile to many other countries
    • Why state and federal Australian governments are encouraging the growth of EVs by resisting the introduction of road user charges
    • Why someone will eventually have to pay for the country’s vast road network and how policymakers are grappling with these challengeshiiii
    • Conventional modes of the transportation sector – an overview (tolling, accessibility, commutation).
    • Transition phase – highlight the prudent barrier factors in uplifting the transportation industry along with measures incorporated to address the same.
    • Pakistan in the intelligent age – an overview of the contemporary transportation practices based on ITS (tolling, accessibility, commutation).ooo