Described here. This has been kicking about for ages, and it’s a boost to see it finally going ahead. Judging by some of the comments on the article the argument is not nearly won. On the other hand, as with the congestion charge, I suspect attitudes will move once it is in place. Not much about the technology, except that it’s based on GPS, and will be compatible with “EU requirements for interoperability with other European road pricing systems”.
About Jeremy Green
Jeremy is an independent telecommunications analyst with a strong interest in M2M/Internet of Things, with a focus on transport and Smart City applications, the use of ICT to reduce and mitigate climate change, the medium-term future of the telecoms industry, including new roles for operators, and the evolution of voice services.