On December 1, 2019, the Czech Republic commissioned a new electronic toll system by the consortium of SkyToll and CzechToll. The world’s first generational replacement of a toll system took place under full operation of the original system with no transport restrictions. Thanks to the new satellite system, the government’s operating costs for toll collection will decrease by two thirds. The government’s investment in the new toll system will thus be repaid in the form of significant savings for operation and increased revenues from toll collection on newly charged 1st category roads, which extend on the total of 867 km, already in the first year of its operation.
On 2 December 2015, the Slovak Republic commissioned an electronic system for collecting and registering electronic vignette payments for the use of specified sections of motorways and expressways. Putting the system of electronic vignette payment collection and records into electronic form meant that the paper stickers were replaced by vignettes in electronic form.
Before the start of the project, the Uruguayan government collected tolls using the so-called “stop and go” system, applying RFID technology. Many vehicles subject to the toll payment for motorways were able to avoid the small number of toll plazas and thus avoid paying tolls altogether. In addition to more efficient tolling, the aim of the pilot project was the monitoring of transport in Uruguay and processing the monitoring data for future use.
Ruská federace se přidala k zemím zpoplatňujícím silniční infrastrukturu elektronickým mýtným systémem na bázi progresivní satelitní technologie. 15. listopadu 2015 zavedla mýtný systém Platon, který je určen pro výběr mýtného za užívání federálních silnic vozidly s maximální hmotností nad 12 tun.