To bring in transparency in the toll collection system, the state officials have brought in e-toll system, which will flash daily collection status on electronic indicators or boards at all the six toll plazas, including five on the city s fringes.
What does TCS stand for?
TCS stands for Toll Collection System (transportation)
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- Information technology (IT) and computers
- Military and Government
- Business, finance, etc.
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- Three-Dimensional Complex Space Theory
- Tillotson Computers & Services (Kearney, NB)
- Time Constrained Search
- Time Critical Strike
- Tinkoff Credit Systems
- Tioga Central School (New York)
- Tivoli Centralized Security Console (Sprint)
- Toilet Cleaning Service
- Tokyo Character Show (game trade show)
- Tokyo Counseling Service
- Toll Cross Securities (Canada)
- Tonbridge Civic Society (UK)
- Too Close to See
- Topical Corticosteroid (pharmaceutical medication)
- Tosho Computer Systems (Japan)
- Total Colloidal Solids
- Total Commercial Services (various locations)
- Total Control Solutions (Hamel, MN)
- Total Cost Savings (metric)
- Total Cross Section
Samples in periodicals archive:
Arbab Alamgir Khan on Thursday directed National Highway Authority (NHA) to improve the toll collection system immediately in order to achieve a target of Rs.
The future concession-holders have the obligation to introduce an identical toll collection system to be controlled by the state road agency.
To reduce congestion at the toll plaza, however, an electronic toll collection system was installed.
In 1996, as director of the Tunnels, Bridges and Terminals Department, he helped bring about the successful 1997 installation of the $16 million E-Z Pass electronic toll collection system at the Authority's tunnels and bridges.
They also helped increase revenue from Lockheed Martin's information division - which provides three-dimensional graphics technology, electronic toll collection systems, and processes public-assistance payments for several states.
The end result will be a highly robust and efficient toll collection system that promotes statewide interoperability and reduces long-term operational costs through efficient maintenance processes and highly proven and technologically advanced toll products.
The Kapsch solution under evaluation is an electronic toll collection system for Open Road Tolling (Multi-Lane Free-Flow).