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GHG Reduction Effect through Smart Tolling: Lotte Data Communication Company

스마트톨링을 통한 온실가스 저감효과: 롯데정보통신 사례를 중심으로

  • Roh, Tae-Woo (Department of International Trade and Commerce, Soonchunhyang University)
  • 노태우 (순천향대학교 국제통상학과)
  • Received : 2018.02.12
  • Accepted : 2018.04.20
  • Published : 2018.04.28

Abstract

Intelligent transportation systems are one of the most important new forms of infrastructure on domestic roads, and is a system that makes possible the most efficient movement of vehicles on a road. The High Pass system, which is a domestic intelligent transportation system, started a little later than in other countries but developed at a rapid pace. With the recent introduction of smart tolling technology, it provided an opportunity to stop and review the tolling system. This study aims to investigate the driving method and results of LDCC for domestic smart towing through case study. Unlike other companies, Lotte Data Communication Company has long invested in payment systems. It has little experience investing in infrastructure, but participated in the Smart Toll System at the Gwangan Bridge in cooperation with the Busan City government, to lead the development of intelligent transportation systems. LDCC, which has made new investments, not only exceeded its existing core competencies, but also upgraded Korea's tolling system's ability to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improved its financial performance.

Keywords

Lotte Data Communication and Company;Intelligent Transportation System;Smart Tolling;High-Pass;Pavement

Acknowledgement

Supported by : Soonchunhyang University, KAIST EEWS Research Center

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