National Parks Toll Collection System

Installation of Electronic Toll Collection System at Park Entrances Under the General Directorate of National Parks:

  • Automatic vehicle detection
  • Automatic classification
  • Accrual
  • RTS Label Reading
  • RTS/Cash / Credit Card Collection
  • Taking a picture of the vehicle and recognizing the license plate
  • Barrier opening and vehicle exit
  • Registration to local database
  • Registration to the Main Control Center database
  • Reporting

How Tokim ETC System Works?

How Will This Help?

Typical ETC systems can improve the traffic flow through the toll area. Manual toll collection lanes handle about 350 vehicles per hour and automatic coin machine lanes handle about 500 vehicles in the same time period.
An ETC lane can process 1,200 vehicles per hour when the lane is located in a traditional plaza configuration with island structures on each side of the lane and up to 1,800 vehicles per hour in all-electronic tolling (AET) configurations.An AET lane offers over five times the flow rate of a manual lane and nearly four times the flow of an automatic coin machine lane.

Automatic Vehicle Identification

The AVI systems properly identify each vehicle to charge the toll to a particular customer. This ETC method is typically done with various AVI technologies such as a bar coded label affixed to the vehicle, proximity card, radio or infrared transponder, and automatic license plate recognition.
A majority of the AVI systems used involve radio frequency identity (RFID) and plate recognition technologies. The RFID system uses an antenna to communicate with a transponder in each registered vehicle, while video tolling identifies the license plate and charges a customer or sends a bill to unregistered drivers with help from the Department of Motor Vehicle’s address database.