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Indonesia is set to make the transition to gateless electronic toll collection with the introduction of a Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) system, which will replace the traditional toll gate payment system in use now. Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) is a system that allows free-flow high-speed tolling for all highway users. The system, which will enable vehicles to pass through the gateless electronic toll system, is provided by Roatex. This system is expected to avoid long queues at tolls, shorten travel time, and increase efficiency.
Roatex is bringing the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), the most advanced technology in the MLFF system. This technology is very open to development for other paid road services, such as ERP (Electronic Road Payment), traffic management based on master data (Big Data), dynamic pricing, parking, and others according to development needs.
Implementing the MLFF system in Hungary resulted in well-maintained toll roads, a significant increase in government income, a reduction in traffic jams, and the establishment of a comfortable, user-friendly system providing a structured and transparent tolling environment, which greatly reduced the potential for abuse. Roatex has been working with Indonesian experts for a long time from both the private and governmental spheres and has in-depth knowledge regarding the Indonesian toll road environment with the hope of repeating the same success.
Join us in the panel discussion, where the CEO of Roatex Indonesia Toll System will share his insight into developing the innovative e-toll system to enhance Indonesia’s rapid toll road development. Roatex will also share the use of the Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS), using the Multi-Lane Free Flow (MLFF) technology, that will be applied to 40 toll roads in Indonesia spread across Java and Bali for the first phase of the implementation.