GINA launches on-line survey to gauge user acceptability of Road User Charging and Value Added Services

Growing mobility needs and increasing concerns over the environmental impact of road transporthas led to growing calls for a better and more efficient use of existing infrastructure. Moreover, the advent of European satellite navigation systems EGNOS and Galileo constitute an important component of the global answer to the challenges raised by increased personal and freight mobility and will soon offer new services such as Interoperable Electronic Toll Collection, congestion pricing and several other Value Added Services (VAS) such as Emergency Call, Pay-As-You-Drive insurance, Fleet Management and Theft Management. 


In this context, GINA has launched an on-line survey to investigate how a GNSS based Electronic Toll Collection and VAS provider system could work in practice from a technical and socio-economic point of view. 


To complete the survey, please click on the following link:


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