The Mongolian Ministry of Road and Transport Development has announced the gradual implementation of the RFID electronic authentication system starting from November 1, 2023, aimed at enhancing the efficiency of traffic management.
RFID technology enables relevant government agencies to centrally access information without involving any chips or locators. At specific radio frequency points, such as local toll stations, information on whether a vehicle has paid taxes, insurance, completed technical inspections, and more can be detected.
Mongolia currently has approximately 11.8 million registered vehicles, with around 430 RFID reading devices already installed in the capital. Plans include installing this equipment at 33 toll stations along 7,500 kilometers of national and international standard roads.
As of 2022, Mongolia’s registered vehicle database contains about 14 million vehicles. By updating registration information, 2.5 million vehicles that haven’t undergone technical inspections, unpaid taxes, and insurance in the past five years have been removed from the registry. Therefore, there are currently around 11.8 million registered vehicles, with approximately 4.7 million in local areas and 6.5 million in the capital.
The implementation of this RFID electronic authentication system will aid in monitoring traffic flow, improving management efficiency, fostering citizen cooperation, marking Mongolia’s stride toward a more advanced and convenient future in traffic management.
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