- Ohio Turnpike Truck Volume Is On The Rise
- Toll Insight Will Host Customer Service Modernization Seminar
- Q&A With Gabe Klein, Federal Official Shepherding US Toward Clean Energy Transportation
- These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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Ohio Turnpike Truck Volume Is On The Rise
Transport Topics reports, “More commercial truck traffic continued to travel along the 241-mile Ohio Turnpike during the first nine months of this year after breaking a record in 2021. From January to September, more than 9.8 million commercial trucks drove along the turnpike (up 2%) compared with the same time last year, according to the Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission.” The volume increase is matched by truck drivers’ adoption of E-ZPass ahead of the commission’s completion of its collection system makeover. The article notes that the turnpike has 14 service plazas with facilities such as showers and laundries expressly for commercial drivers.E-ZPass ETC Systems Ohio Ohio Turnpike and Infrastructure Commission
Toll Insight Will Host Customer Service Modernization Seminar
Toll Insight is hosting an online conference on December 5 focused on customer service center modernization and the future of the toll industry. Speakers representing the vendor community and several major tollway operators will discuss agency trials, best practices and “trends for future CSC models and how they are beginning to be implemented today.” To see event details and register, click here or visit the Toll Insight website. For information on TRN customer coupons, contact Lev Pinelis at email@example.com.Customer Service Experience ETC Systems Information Technology Resources and Acquisitions
Q&A With Gabe Klein, Federal Official Shepherding US Toward Clean Energy Transportation
The Washington Post publishes a Q&A with Gabe Klein, recently-appointed first director of the Joint Office of Energy and Transportation, created under the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act to “kickstart the electric transportation future” of the US. Among other things, Klein discusses the agency’s primary mission — helping state and local governments expand the electric vehicle charging network — and his expectations about the pace of the nation’s conversion to clean energy transportation.Electric and Hybrid Vehicles Environmental Protection Policies Procedures And Initiatives US Department of Transportation (USDOT) US Gov't Transportation Funding US Infrastructure Funding And Financing Initiatives
These are just some of the toll industry developments TRN is following.
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