Péage free flow

Sanef installe le premier péage en flux libre de France.

Portique de Boulay
Portique free flow de Boulay (57) sur l'A4

On the A4 motorway at Boulay near Metz,

, the two existing toll plazas have been replaced by two free-flow tolling gantries.

They are equipped with lasers, cameras and signals in order to:

  • detect and classify vehicles,
  • read vehicle number plates,
  • and record transactions.

Free-flow tolling gantry at Boulay (57) on the A4 motorway

 

Commissioning is planned for the beginning of 2019.

The Sanef Group has put forward to the French government a broader roll-out of free-flow tolling in completed sections of motorways.

This innovation will ensure:

  • Reduced congestion thanks to more freely flowing traffic, heightened appeal for the regions through which the motorways pass,
  • A motorway that is more in tune with its customers’ current methods of payment,
  • Increased safety for customers and all people working on the motorway,
  • A more environmentally-friendly motorway that creates savings*:
    • millions of hours of driving,
    • hundreds of millions of litres of fuel,
    • tens of millions of KWh,
    • millions of tonnes of CO₂,
    • less light pollution, areas given back to nature

(* in relation to France)