PTV Components toll data and scenario update

PTV xServer and PTV Mapserver toll data and scenario updates are available for download.

Changes in toll data:

  • Croatia: adaption to the current goods and services tax (25%), valid since 01.03.1012
  • Hungary: new distance based toll, valid since 01.09.2012
  • Ireland: adaption to the current goods and services tax (23%), valid since 01.01.2012
  • Norway: new tariff for motorway E18, Fosen, Nordkapptunnelen, valid since 01.07.2012

Changes in scenarios:

  • Belgium: new km based truck toll shifted to 2016
  • Croatia: adaption to the current goods and services tax (25%), valid from 01.03.2012
  • France: (scenario with eco tax (TPLN) v7) new prognosis for eco tax toll factors depending on emission classes, valid from 20.07.2013, (scenario with eco tax alsace (TPLA) v7) new prognosis for eco tax toll factors depending on emission classes, valid from 20.04.2013,
  • Hungary: new distance based toll, valid from 01.09.2012
  • Ireland: adaption to the current goods and services tax (23%), valid from 01.01.2012
  • Norway: new tariff for motorway E18, Fosen, Nordkapptunnelen, valid from 01.07.2012

toll_data_updateWithin the download area we offer toll data updates for PTV xServer version 1.10 (or earlier) and scenarios for version 1.12 (or later). For PTV Mapserver we offer updates valid to version 5.5 and valid from version 5.6.

Important: Please be aware that installing the scenarios when using an earlier version will cause problems!

If you need further information or support concerning the update please visit our PTV Developer Forum or contact the Support Team.

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About Martina Beck

Martina Beck has been working for PTV since 2000. As certified computer scientist she was originally responsible for providing customers with technical support and she later moved on to the Product Management division. Since 2011 she has been working for PTV as an online marketing manager in international marketing with an emphasis on social media (et al. Facebook, Twitter, Google+, YouTube). The PTV Developer Blog is the PTV Developer Components' lead channel. The posts on important topics and trends originate from close cooperation with developers, the product management and other experts.