Viettel partnership undertakes to deploy 30% of non-stop toll booths nationwide - VnReview

Viettel partnership undertakes to deploy 30% of non-stop toll booths nationwide – VnReview

Viettel's electronic payment solution contributes to overcome the current problems in automatic fee collection, which is the paste and payment of money to the card, making the stations still have to combine manual fee collection.

Vietnam Road Administration signed a contract to implement the project of non-stop fee collection phase 2 with the Joint Venture Group of Military Industry – Telecommunications, Vietinf Infrastructure Technology Investment Joint Stock Company, Joint Stock Company. Trade in Viet Vuong telecommunication service, Tien Phong Technology Joint Stock Company (Viettel-Vietinf-VVT-ITD).

Accordingly, Viettel – Vietinf – VVT – ITD joint venture will officially deploy the automatic road toll service project, which will not stop the second phase from July 2019. The non-stop toll collection project of Phase 2, implemented by Viettel joint venture, accounts for 30% of all stations nationwide, and especially the number of these stations is located on major and important national highways.

Speaking at the signing ceremony, Mr. Nguyen Van Huyen – General Director of Vietnam Road Administration said "Automatic electronic toll collection system is one of the core systems of intelligent traffic, when successful application will contribute to reducing traffic congestion, saving costs and transparency of collection activities. road charges ".

Many information said that Viettel's joint venture won the bid thanks to the widespread telecommunications infrastructure system, the information technology solutions meet the requirements, there are human resources available to support in all localities. , and especially meet the high security and security requirements.

It is expected that the project will be completed and installed the fee collection system in 2019, in accordance with the Government's guidelines in Decision No. 07/2017 / QD-TTg and Directive No. 06 / CT-TTg.


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