RFID for Munich Toll System?

May 24, 2004

Members of the Green Party in Munich have proposed an RFID-based toll system for the central area of the Bavarian Capital. The traffic experts of the party want to establish a Pay-per-use-system: When citizens try to pass into the centre of the city, their RFID-chips are billed by contactless readers. Photos of the licence plate number shall be taken, if the available credit sum of RFID chip is not sufficient.

The German Government currently tries to establish a Motorway toll system for trucks,, based on GPS satellite technologies.

Sources: The Register and heise (in German)


Posted by rwasserfuhr

Comments

Sounds a bit like the Q-Free system developed by Norwegian Q-Free / MicroDesign [1].

[1] http://www.rfidbuzz.com/wiki/Actors/QFree

Posted by: Anders at May 25, 2004 05:11 PM

Singapore does this for their city center--since 1999 at least.

Posted by: David Dodd at May 27, 2004 05:14 PM
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