How does open-road tolling work? How does the TReO system detect each vehicle, assign a toll rate and then bill the customer? Matt Russell, Director of Information Technology at TI Corp, answers those questions and more in this video.

Before tolling began on the Port Mann Bridge, you might have pictured long line-ups of drivers waiting to pay tokens at a toll booth. That’s the old way of doing things. The TReO system for the Port Mann Bridge is all about the new, better way of doing things – open-road tolling.

Crossing the Port Mann Bridge is safe, fast and efficient. Drivers are saving hours per week by choosing the 10-lane bridge and the Highway 1 corridor, and they can pay the toll easily online, at treo.ca.