Toll system in Senegal, CLEMESSY

Toll system for a new 25km highway that connects the Senegal capital city, Dakar , with the city of Diamniado, and constitutes the first stage in the connection of the capital to the Western region of the country.

The project includes the supply of 38 manual payment and electronic toll lanes. The solution is based on an innovative architecture, without sensors on lanes and with passive prepaid 180006-Celectronic toll, which is meant to be the reference for future tolls of West Africa. This project is an important milestone and confirms the position of Tecsidel in the francophone market together with the ability to deliver solutions tailored to the countries in development.

Automatic Terminal in Spain, CINTRA

The project consists of the design of software and hardware, the creation and installation of 6 automatic payment machines (ATPM) for tolls on Spanish R4 and AP36highways. Cintra is a company of great international scope that handles a total of 26 concessions with 2,150 km operating in Canada, United States, Spain, United Kingdom, Portugal, Ireland, Greece, Colombia and Australia. The supplied machines accept cash payment with coins, bills and credit cards. They contain a dispenser to offer change and an issuer of receipts. They consist of double level allowing the payment to light and heavy vehicles.

Free Flow in Brazil, ROTA DAS BANDEIRAS

The concessionaire Rota das Bandeiras, company belonging to Odebrecht TransPort relied on our mastery of Free Flow technology and all our success references for the implementation of the first set of Free Flow in Brazil.

The solution is composed of 2 lanes equipped in 1 plaza, located at the Engenheiro Constâncio Cintra (SP-360) road, between the towns of Itatiba and Jundiaí.

The “ponto a ponto”Free Flow Toll system consists of an electronic toll collection system based on the road traversed by the user that allows drivers to pay only the distance that has been traveled instead of the entire rate. The system has been very beneficial to reducing the costs of displacement of 4,000 residents of nine districts in Itatiba living between the toll plaza and neighboring Jundiaí.