Toll system in Brazil, ISOLLUX CORSAN

The toll system is located on the Via Bahía road, one of the roads managed by Isolux Corsan ranging from Salvador to Feira de Santana, in Bahia, to finally reach the border with the State of Minas Gerais. Isolux Corsan is a Spanish infrastructure company headquartered in Brazil, which manages nearly 1,700 kms of roads, distributed in India, Brazil, Mexico and Spain.

The project in Via Bahía comprised 7 toll stations starting with one in the city of Simões Filho until reaching a seventh station in the city of Vitoria da Conquista with a total of 76 equipped lanes. The system consists of a control of violations through context pictures and the whole system is managed by a Back Office application for 48 manual and 28 mixed lanes with the electronic collection system. It uses a classification system based on optical treadles.