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Business of Tolling

Toll Insight has again partnered with Martin Stone Consulting to provide this unique training program, covering the who, what, why and how of the toll business and to improve participants' understanding of toll systems, operations and management.

Business of Tolling
Business of Tolling

Time & Location

May 16, 2023, 11:00 AM – 5:30 PM EDT

Online Event

About the event

Toll Insight is hosting this online course related to the Business of Tolling.

The tolling business landscape is growing and evolving. New hires and even experienced professionals need to understand the history, context, and ongoing challenges for our nuanced industry. Our goal with this course is to allow new staff to integrate more quickly into their roles, fast-tracking output. We also want to support learning and development, market research, as well as to complement business operations, continuous improvement / innovation, and decision-making. 

Course details can be found at the bottom of this webpage. (Note for 2022 participants, the content is almost identical as last year, with new trends added.)

The Business of Tolling Event will be held on Tuesday, May 16th 11:00AM – 5:30PM EDT online using Zoom Webinar. 

EVENT SCHEDULE (All times are in U.S. Eastern Daylight Time, EDT):

11:00AM – 11:15AM OPENING REMARKS

  • Lev Pinelis, Principal and Founder, Toll Insight
  • Marty Stone, Lead Instructor, MSC

11:15AM – 12:45PM SESSION 1 – ROADWAY TOLL SYSTEM TECHNOLOGIES

  • Focuses on how toll systems are configured at the roadside and includes a brief look at cash tolling and more in-depth discussions of electronic toll and video toll technologies.

12:45PM – 1:15PM 30 MINUTE BREAK

1:15PM – 2:45PM SESSION 2 – THE BUSINESS OF ELECTRONIC TOLL COLLECTION

  • Looks at the business aspects of ETC, including the types of toll facilities that are managed within the U.S., a discussion of ETC customers and business rules with a specific focus on All Electronic Tolling, a brief conversation about toll rate setting, and a look at North American toll interoperability.

2:45PM – 3:15PM 30 MINUTE BREAK

3:15PM – 4:45PM SESSION 3 – THE MANAGEMENT OF ELECTRONIC TOLLING AND TOLL OPERATIONS

  • Covers the organizational aspects and flow of transactions associated with a typical ETC operation from theroadside through the back office, a brief discussion of financial management of ETC, and a look at KPIs and the reporting and analytic tools.

4:45PM – 5:00PM 15 MINUTE BREAK

5:00PM – 5:20PM SESSION 4 - EMERGING TRENDS IN THE U.S. TOLLING INDUSTRY

  • Lev Pinelis, Principal and Founder, Toll Insight

5:20AM – 5:30PM CLOSING REMARKS

Toll Insight has offerred the Business of Tolling Overview Course in 2022 (check out our testimonials below!) as well as events on other tolling-related topics. All have had great reception and attendance each time of ~200+. Our audience is typically about 50% transportation / tolling agencies and 50% consultants, vendors and other attendee types.

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Featured Speakers

A detailed program and more speakers to be announced soon!

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Baruch Feigenbaum

Reason Foundation

SENIOR MANAGING DIRECTOR, TRANSPORTATION POLICY

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Tanya Langman

Build America Bureau

HEAD OF RISK MANAGEMENT

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Bryan Ledford

Tennessee Department of Transportation (TDOT)

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS

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Tim Matthews

Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT)

ASSISTANT P3 DIVISION DIRECTOR /PRE-LET ADMINISTRATOR

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John Medina

Moody's

SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT, GLOBAL PROJECT AND INFRASTRUCTURE FINANCE

Schedule: Day 2

Preliminary Conference Schedule

DAY 1

October 1, 2024

Opening Remarks

11:00AM-11:15AM US EST

SESSION 1

The U.S. Toll P3 State of Practice – Hearing From the Thought Leaders

11:15AM-12:45PM US EST

The lead-off session will provide the overall status, trends and prospects for the U.S. Toll P3 industry. Hear from the foundational thought leaders in this sector!

Break
12:45PM – 1:00PM US EST

Schedule: Day 2

SESSION 2

U.S. State Toll P3 Frameworks – Established and Emerging Programs

1:00PM-2:30PM US EST

Toll P3 programs are driven by state-level DOT policies. Whether the programs are established or emerging, we'll hear from the leaders who are making them happen.

Break
2:30PM – 2:45PM US EST

Schedule: Day 2

SESSION 3

The Toll P3 Concessionaire – Perspectives and Capabilities 

2:45PM-4:15PM US EST

Without the private sector concessionares, we would not have a two-way partnership for Toll P3s. Their core and expanding capabilities will be described in this session.

Closing Remarks
4:15PM – 4:20PM US EST

Schedule: Day 2

DAY 2

October 2, 2024

Opening Remarks

11:00AM-11:05AM US EST

SESSION 4

International Toll P3 Examples

11:05AM-12:35PM US EST

A P3 approach for road development has a long history overseas. By comparing and contrasting, lessons learned can and should be shared—in both directions!

Break
12:35PM – 12:50PM US EST

Schedule: Day 2

SESSION 5

The Toll P3 Consultant Ecosystem - Technical, Legal, and Financial

12:50PM-2:20PM US EST

A highly-knowledgeable and experienced class of consultants drives new and existing Toll P3 programs. We'll hear from the various experts who support this sector.

Break
2:20PM – 2:35PM US EST

Schedule: Day 2

SESSION 6

Rounding out the Toll P3 Sector – Who Else is Contributing and How? 

2:35PM-4:05PM US EST

It takes a lot to complete the Toll P3 ecosystem. In this wrap-up session, we'll explore the roles of lenders / financial institutions, T&R consultants, toll system / service providers and other stakeholders in this sector.

Closing Remarks
4:05PM – 4:10PM US EST

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