Kapsch TrafficCom is a provider of intelligent transportation systems in the fields of tolling, traffic management, smart urban mobility, traffic safety and security and connected vehicles. As a one-stop solutions provider, Kapsch TrafficCom offers end-to-end solutions covering the entire value creation chain of its customers, from components and design to the implementation and operation of systems. The mobility solutions supplied by Kapsch TrafficCom help make road traffic safer and more reliable, efficient, and comfortable in urban areas and on highways alike while helping to reduce pollution.
Kapsch TrafficCom, in collaboration with Construcciones Amenábar, has completed the upgrade of the Zarautz toll system in Gipuzkoa.
A record €169.6 million was collected on the M50 in 2022 via a barrier-free tolling system with image processing technology from Kapsch.
The Bike2CAV project from Kapsch TrafficCom used connected vehicle technology, sensors and AI to improve safety for bike users on the road.
Kapsch TrafficCom and Microsec announce the next evolution of their strategic collaboration focused on management solutions.
Kapsch TrafficCom recently released a major update to its Automatic Number Plate Recognition (ANPR) software.
With more than 200 hours lost to congestion per driver, Kapsch TrafficCom believes congestion-hit cities must do more to improve traffic.
A multi-lane free-flow automated classification and payment solution is set to go into operation between Bognes and Lødingen in Norway.
Seville is taking charge of improving mobility for millions of its citizens by deploying the Kapsch TrafficCom Mobility Data Platform (MDP).
Kapsch TrafficCom is now supporting 6 cities in the introduction and technical implementation of Clean Air Zones.
Kapsch TrafficCom will be making traffic safer and more sustainable on a 23km stretch on Pan-European highway E-67 circling Riga.
Kapsch TrafficCom will install a new tolling system on the highway between the Brazilian megacity Rio de Janeiro and Santos.
New York recently sped up its traffic with the award-winning cashless tolling system by Kapsch TrafficCom.
A Traffic Management System implemented by the Austrian company Kapsch TrafficCom has begun operating on the Monterrey – Saltillo highway.
Pilot project from Kapsch TrafficCom and Aventi Intelligent Communication enables a completely new type of tolling for passenger cars.
Kapsch TrafficCom and Microsec have partnered to deliver industry-leading secure digital services for the global transportation market.
The Riverside County Transportation Commission has contracted with Kapsch TrafficCom to provide an end-to-end express lanes tolling system.
At this year’s ITS World Congress Kapsch TrafficCom will detail how the Kapsch Intelligent Corridor is reducing traffic jams and improving road safety.
Kapsch TrafficCom is proud to be part of the team working on the Cooperative Intelligent Transport Systems upgrade of Queensland's Bruce Highway.
The city of Sharjah is actively developing the next level of intelligent traffic management capabilities together with Kapsch TrafficCom.
Miraflores is the first city to launch a comprehensive Smart City project in Peru, featuring technology developed by Kapsch TrafficCom and Cibernos.
The Swedish Transport Administration has assigned Kapsch TrafficCom to build a new Multi-Lane Free-Flow system (MLFF) in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The Kapsch TrafficCom manufacturing facility in Ontario celebrates its 100th million transponder unit rolling off production lines.
The La Quiebra tunnels are the first in Latin America to be equipped with the software suite DYNAC, developed and implemented by Kapsch TrafficCom.
Kapsch TrafficCom will implement a toll system for heavy vehicles on multiple high-capacity roads in the Basque region of Bizkaia.
One of Melbourne’s busiest roads will host a world-leading traffic management system to reduce traffic jams and improve road safety.
City of Vienna and Kapsch TrafficCom launch climate-friendly mobility of the future with Traffic Management 2.0.
Kapsch TrafficCom Australia build on their existing ‘Mobility Hub’ within the Australian Integrated Multimodal EcoSystem (AIMES).
A cooperative agreement with Kapsch TrafficCom will make Málaga the first city in Europe to test the latest real-time traffic optimizer.
In October 2020, Statens Vegvesen chose Kapsch TrafficCom to deliver a new Multi-Lane Free-Flow (MLFF) tolling system at Ryfast, Norway.
Kapsch TrafficCom was awarded a framework contract by APRR regarding the supply, implementation and technical operations of MLFF toll systems in France.
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