After Rajiv Gandhi Sea Link plaza and Vashi toll plaza, three more major toll plazas in Mumbai – – Airoli, Mulund Eastern Express Way and Mulund (LBS Marg) — have gone live on National Payments Corporation of India’s (NPCI) FASTag platform. The toll plaza in Dahisar is currently working on implementing FASTag and is expected to go live soon.
“ICICI Bank is the first bank to integrate with the FASTag technology at plazas at Vashi, Airoli, Mulund Eastern Express Way, Mulund (LBS Marg) and Dahisar”, NPCI said in a statement. “The bank will continue to work closely with MEP Infrastructure, operator of the toll plazas, to bring in the best practices implemented at national highways,” it added.
The Mumbai – Pune expressway toll plaza is already on the FASTag platform and has, recently, migrated to latest technological specifications. Currently, more than 720 toll plazas across the country are live on the FASTag platform.
FASTag is a device that employs radio frequency identification (RFID) technology for making toll payments directly while the vehicle is in motion. FASTag (RFID Tag) is attached on the windscreen of the vehicle and enables