Transportation systems affect our lives everyday—the logistics systems that expedite bringing goods to market, traffic systems that monitor intersections, or radio frequency identification (RFID) technology that enables wireless toll payments and simple access systems for secure complexes. For more than 70 years, TransCore has specialized in developing innovative transportation solutions that support government agencies and private firms around the world. As the crisis to address our aging transportation infrastructure continues, and the means to fund and expand capacity remains a topic of great concern, TransCore provides a wealth of resources and subject matter experts ready to assist you.
Our history of supporting the transportation industry dates back to the early 1930s supporting operations on the United States’ first toll road in Pennsylvania as well as the development of radio frequency identification (RFID) transportation applications at Los Alamos National Labs in the 1980s to implementation of the nation's first electronic toll collection system. The breadth of the company’s expertise includes toll, traffic management, intelligent transportation systems (ITS), customer service centers, ITS construction, systems integration, design consulting, operations, maintenance, and RFID manufacturing.
TransCore has transportation installations in more than 52 countries and a vast portfolio of intellectual property. In 2013, TransCore and industry leading team members were honored to receive the International Road Federation's Global Road Achievement Award for for excellence in intelligent transportation systems (ITS) and traffic management for New York City's Midtown in Motion Adaptive Signal Control system. TransCore’s global experience includes:
Installation of more than 7,400 electronic toll collection lanes worldwide
Electronic toll collection lanes that process more than 5 billion transactions annually
Over 320 ORT lanes in the US alone
Installation of more than 30 customer service center back office systems
Operating 12 back-office customer service and violation processing centers. – less
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