Satellite tracking will replace the current Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) system that uses some 80 electronic gantries located at various busy expressways and in the city centre.
What does ERP stand for?
ERP stands for Electronic Road Pricing (Singapore roads)
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We have 316 other meanings of ERP in our Acronym Attic
- Educational Radio Project (NBC Radio, 1930s)
- Effective Radiated Power
- Effective Refractory Period
- Effective Replacement Policy
- Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo (Argentina)
- Electronic Registration Program
- Electronic Requirement Plan
- Electronic Resource Planning
- Electronic Retail Payment
- Electronic Road Pricing
- Elevation Reference Point
- Emergency Ration Pack
- Emergency Reconstruction Project (World Bank)
- Emergency Recovery Plan
- Emergency Rehabilitation Project (World Bank)
- Emergency Residence Project (Ames, IA)
- Emergency Response Plan
- Emergency Response Procedure
- Emergency Room Physician
- Emerson Radio and Phonograph Company
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NCS), have jointly been awarded the contract by the Land Transport Authority (LTA) of Singapore to conduct a System Evaluation Test (SET) for a next generation electronic road pricing system (ERP).
Competing consortia vied for the job of implementing electronic road pricing in Singapore.
ELECTRONIC ROAD PRICING As previously described, the ALS/RPS was successful in curbing urban congestion in Singapore.
Based on responses from 1,441 adults with one or more cars in their household, the survey found: # 58 per cent would support having compulsory in-car speed limiters in 30mph residential streets in the future if road humps were removed as a result; # 48 per cent would support being taxed for the precise number of miles they drove, if the average bill worked out about the same as current road user charges; # 31 per cent said they would support electronic road pricing even if the average cost was more than current road user charges - as long as traffic congestion was reduced as a result.
Congestion charging will be introduced in the next decade but in the longer term the new West Midlands multi-modal study, published today, suggests it could be replaced with electronic road pricing.