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New Toll Collection Model for BANOBRAS Concessions
- Client: : National Works and Public Services Bank, National Credit Institution
- Country: Mexico
- Start date: 2011
- Ending date: 2015
SENER has developed a new operating model for the electronic toll collection system for Highway concessions.
The National Bank of Public Works and Services, SNC (BANOBRAS), acting as financial agent and attorney of the Federal Government, took over 3,775 km of motorways in consequence of the Support Trust to Rescue Concessioned Highways (FARAC), divided into 46 stretches of road, which form the network of the National Infrastructure Fund (FNI). The Federal Roads and Bridges and Related Services Revenue (CAPUFE) are responsible for its operation.
SENER provides professional services, such as “Consultancy for the Definition and Implementation of a New Model for Electronic Toll System Operation” in the aforementioned road sections.
This consultancy defines a new electronic toll operation system, interoperable and at high-speed, on roads that belong to BANOBRAS, so that profits are generated primarily for the user of the electronic toll and for BANOBRAS itself, as trustee and administrator of the service.
This contract includes the following works:
- analysis of the current situation
- defining and structuring the business model
- drafting of tender documents
- assistance during the implementation phase and improvement of the model.
During the implementation phase, the commissioning process is supervised and quality indicators established. By assessing these indicators, the new operating model is evaluated and decisions that enable continuous improvement are made.
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