EKPPT Greece Toll System
IBI Group has been a key contributor in providing the tolling and motorway management systems for a major motorway project in Greece, The Elefsina-Korinthos-Patra-Pyrgos-Tsakona (EKPPT) Motorway. The IBI team was responsible for the design, deployment and integration of the Motorway Management System and the turnkey provision of the EKPPT Motorway Toll Collection System.
ClientApion Kleos JV
Equipping major Greece motorway with new Toll Collection System
The Elefsina-Korinthos-Patra-Pyrgos-Tsakona (EKPPT) Motorway is an integral part of Greece’s national highway infrastructure, with a total length of 365km, 46 interchanges and 25km of underground tunnels. It is a modern motorway providing an upgraded connection to the western part of Greece, boosting exports and agricultural production. Our systems and transportation teams provided a major upgrade to this crucial connection with a turnkey toll system for the motorway, the EKPPT Toll Collection System.
In its final form, the EKPPT Toll Collection System includes nine mainline and 28 ramp toll stations, with 138 mainline lanes and 56 ramp lanes. IBI Group was responsible for provision of the toll collection system, including the design, supply of the toll software, equipment procurement, installation, integration and configuration, software support and maintenance.
IBI contributed to the successful commencement of operations of the tolling system by delivering all functionalities on time and to a high standard, while supporting the operations team with onsite crews during launch. Our team is looking forward to supporting the urban and commercial developments that this infrastructure will bring in the years to come.
Director, Eastern Europe
Antulio Richetta has a Master of Science in Transportation from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and specializes in ITS, Motorway Concessions Toll and Motorway Management Systems, Information Technology Applied to Transportation Systems, Intermodal Systems and Transport Systems Analysis. Antulio is currently responsible for several Motorway Concession Toll, Motorway Management and Communications Systems deployments in Greece and as part of his ITS-related experience, he has led key projects in several cities worldwide including the Athens Traffic Management and Signal Study for the Athens 2004 Olympic Games, the Automated Traffic Violations Administering and Monitoring in Saudi Arabia, and the Beirut Traffic Management Program.
His technical experience extends to areas of the Transportation sector, where he was responsible for the Attiki Region Public Transport Masterplan, and Airport Masterplan projects for Santorini and Tripoli in Greece.
Apion Kleos JV