Tecsidel is awarded three important projects in India


Abertis is the world leader in the management of toll roads and infrastructure.

Abertis India controls 100% of the concessionaire Trichy Tollway Private Limited (TTPL), which manages the NH-45 highway in Tamil Nadu and 74% of Jadcherla Expressways Private Limited (JEPL), which owns the concession of the NH-44 highway in Telangana.

Due to the latest NHAI requirement that mandates alltoll systemsto be upgraded with the latest technology and that all lanes must be converted into Hybrid RFID lanes, Tecsidel was awarded the first two projects:TTPL for 2 plazas and 30 lanes and JEPL for 1 plaza and 16 lanes.

These projects consist of the supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of a combination of the Conventional and Electronic Toll Collection systems.

The main aim of the supplementary agreement is to make the toll collection process better and faster and to reduce the cash work at the lanes through technology used in other developing countries, such as RFID TAGs.

Furthermore, all hybrid lanes will be supported by the WIM-SWB solution to obtain the weight in motion and will accept different means of payment: RFID TAGs, different Wallets, credit and debit cards.


This project consists of the supply, installation, commissioning and maintenance of the Electronic Toll Collection System. On this occasion, Tecsidel will use the RFID technology (Radio Frequency Identification) for the TAG detection and collection. The scope of this big project covers 13 charging points and 65 lanes in the National Capital Territory of Delhi, considering the complex current civil, electrical and mechanical infrastructure.

The thirteen entry points will be located at Kundli, Rajokri, Tikri, Aya Nagar, Kalindi Kunj, Kapasehra, DND Toll Bridge, Badarpur-Faridabad, Shahdara and Gazipur.

Tecsidel plans to start these important projects in the following weeks.