Industry Analysis & Industry Trends
Toll road operators charge motorists for the right to access high-quality roads that reduce travel times. The industry's revenue from individual toll roads is typically stable. Individual assets build in popularity with motorists over their lifetime, while congestion growth and market acceptance increase toll road use and allow operators to raise prices and expand. However, volatility in total industry revenue can increase when new roads enter operation. The industry is capital-intensive, as tunnels and other expensive design features are often built on toll roads to save motorists time on their commutes. Ideally, tolling revenue is sufficient to cover both operating costs and provide a return for investors after debt payments... purchase to read more
Industry Report - Industry Products Chapter
Industry participants operate toll roads and bridges, maintaining the asset and setting appropriate and sustainable charges to maximise revenue. Frequently, industry participants are involved in toll road projects from the planning stages, as part of consortia that provide funding, operating and construction expertise.
Toll road concession operation
The industry's primary activity is the operation of toll road concessions involving motorways, bridges and tunnels. Many industry assets were built according to a build, own, operate and transfer model. This kind of public-private partnership is structured so that the private sector funds construction and is granted rights to charge a toll for asset use for a set period, which is usually more than 15 years... purchase to read more