Golden Ears Bridge Freeflow Tolling

The Golden Ears Bridge is the first tolled bridge in the lower mainland of British Columbia in the Greater Vancouver area (2 million inhabitants).

Canada
Vancouver
Date : 2007
Client: The Greater Vancouver Transport Authority, TransLink
Funding: Client budget
Construction duration: From February 2007 to June 2009
Start of operation: June 2009
Project Company V-Flow
Durée du contrat 5 ans

Project overview

The project includes the construction of 15 kms of new road, including a 1 km long, 6-lane cable-stayed bridge over the Fraser River.
The freeflow tolling solution includes two overhead gantries supporting equipment enabling automatic vehicle detection and classification, tolling transaction with on-board units and license plate recognition. The tolling system is designed to manage 50 million annual transactions and will be able to incorporate additional gantries.

Our missions

Project sponsor and shareholder of the Project Company V-Flow
Sole shareholder of the operation and maintenance company, Egis Projects Canada, in charge of Customer Relationship Management, management of the on-board units, revenue collection and invoicing, enforcement services and maintenance of the systems and equipment.

 

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