Vitronic Australia awarded Melbourne’s CityLink tolling upgrade project


Vitronic Australia has been awarded a contract for the CityLink Tolling Upgrade Project by CityLink Motorway Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Transurban Group following a competitive tender process.

The project involves upgrading the CityLink roadside system (RSS), with the new Vitronic solution consisiting of video camera systems and DSRC technology modules. The project commences in October 2020 and will be completed by mid-2022, with an additional period of time for support and maintenance.

Traffic at dusk on Melbourne’s CityLink toll road ©Transurban

“We are excited to win the CityLink Tolling Upgrade Project and provide Transurban with our comprehensive tolling solution that we believe incorporates best-in-class video together with proven DSRC technology,” says Vitronic Machine Vision Australia managing director, Fred Curtis. “Our system reliability with plug-and-play component replacement is a key strength to our solution.

“Vitronic’s purpose is to be a solution supplier, contributing extensive experience as an integrator of DSRC and video technologies to service toll operators. We look forward to working with Transurban on the CityLink Tolling Up- grade project and delivering success for our customer on this project.”

Vitronic is a world leader in industrial machine vision. The owner-managed group of companies develops innovative products and customised solutions in the growth industries of automation, healthcare, photovoltaics, logistics automation, body scanning solutions, and traffic technology.

Photography ©Transurban

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