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Solution for Toll roads

Adopted by more than 130 cities worldwide, O-CITY is an innovative automated fare collection solution designed by BPC, a leading banking and payment firm with in excess of 350 clients across more than 100 countries.

Built using the latest open-loop technology, O-CITY offers account-based digital ticketing. As an open platform, it supports user-friendly payment options. Operators can configure the infrastructure to support any type of payment, and centralised storage and processing of data allows them to effectively segment user groups and construct their tariff policy.

O-CITY platform for toll roads offers:

  • Flexible fare management (Zonal, Fixed, Multi, Mileage, Vehicle type)
  • Configuration and control
  • Various payment methods
  • APIs
  • QR code payments
  • Application for drivers and operators

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Key figures


5 data centres wordwide


3 million transactions a day


100 cities across the globe


25% of global mass transit card payments managed

Your benefits

Multiple payment methods

Open-loop systems enable payers to use a single account with multiple payment methods - bank card, Digital ID, eWallet,
dynamically generated QR code, or co-branded and contactless cards using Mastercard, Visa, UPI or any local networks.
These methods of payment are all accepted across multiple merchants and transport operators, making it possible for anyone to use public transport without needing to queue to purchase a ticket.

Centralised platform

The O-CITY system keeps records of all types of payment, types of vehicles, payment devices, checkpoint data and other necessary information. Thanks to data management, the system operator can receive statistics
and reports on the use of the toll road.

Vehicle Number plates processing

An alternative method of payment is via number plate recognition through a built-in RFID token. The camera scans the number plate of the vehicle passing through the checkpoint and payment is taken automatically based on the information present in the driver account. Information from the camera is transmitted to the O-CITY system, thereby replacing the physical tap of a card or scan of a transponder device.

Key features

centralized fee management
Centralised fare and subsidy management


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Mobile application
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Number plates recognition
monitoring and control
Routes monitoring and control
Open APIs