Autotoll Limited ("Autotoll")
Website : http://www.autotoll.com.hk


Was formed in October 1998 through the merger of The Autopass Company Limited (a 70% owned subsidiary of The Cross-Harbour (Holdings) Limited which pioneered the installation of the first electronic toll collection system ("ETC") at Aberdeen Tunnel in June 1992) and the Electronic Toll Systems Limited, at the request of the Government of the Hong Kong SAR and the motoring public for a uniform, efficient and reliable electronic cash system.
 
Is effectively 35% owned by The Cross-Harbour (Holdings) Limited.
 
Has a working team of over 100 staff.
 
Provides effective and efficient ETC service for over 268,000 motorists.
 
Brings maximum convenience to the motoring public through its "one-tag. one-account. one-system".
 
Is the sole ETC service provider for all 11 toll roads and tunnels in the Hong Kong Special Administration Region — Aberdeen Tunnel, Cross-Harbour Tunnel, Eastern Harbour Tunnel, Western Harbour Tunnel, Lion Rock Tunnel, Tate's Cairn Tunnel, Tai Lam Tunnel, Lantau Link, Shing Mun Tunnels, Tseung Kwan O Tunnel and Tsing Sha Control Area.
 
The overall usage of autotoll facilities maintains around 50% with the highest usage at the Tai Lam Tunnel at around 60%.
   
Started to provide fleet management service to corporate customers through official launching of a Global Positioning System ("GPSc") in March 2005, the Silver Award of the Hong Kong Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Awards 2006 and was also nominated to represent Hong Kong to compete for the Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2006.
   
Is the leading GPS service (covers both the territory and Guangdong province) provider for cross border tracking in the territory. The system has won the “Outstanding Award” in the 1st Hong Kong Wireless Technology Excellence Award organized by the Hong Kong Wireless Technology Industry Association and the Hong Kong Productivity Council in 2005, the Silver Award of the Hong Kong Information and Communication Technology (ICT) Awards 2006 and was also nominated to represent Hong Kong  to compete for the Asia Pacific ICT Awards 2006.
   
Has launched a membership program, the "Autotoll Club" and the AutoPark system in 2006 as to add value to the existing ETC services.
   
Jointly launched with Guangdong Unitoll the "Autotoll-Unitoll Card" (enable Autotoll subscribers to enjoy non-stop ETC services on major highways and toll roads in the Guangdong Province) in August 2006.
   
Was awarded the Prime Award for Brand Excellence 2006 under the category of  "Transportation & Logistic Services Provider".
   
Was awarded in 2007 the tender for a trial project sponsored by the Government to develop and implement a data exchange platform, "On-Board Trucker Information System" (OBTIS), with the aim of enhancing the operational efficiency and competitiveness of the Hong Kong logistics and trucking industry.
   
Was appointed as the system contractor of the two journey time indication systems (JTIS Hong Kong and JTIS Kowloon) commissioned in 2009 and 2010 respectively. With the delivery of the Speed Map Panel System for Kowloon-bound traffic in the New Territories in late 2012, Autotoll has completed the implementation of three journey time indication systems, with the aim to facilitate motorist to make appropriate route choices by providing them with real-time traffic information and estimated journey time.