Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) is an electronic system of road pricing. It uses a dedicated short-range radio communication system to deduct ERP charges from smart-cards inserted in the in-vehicle units of vehicles each time they pass a pricing point when the system is in operation. The pay-when-you-use principle helps make motorist more aware of the true cost of driving. This way, road usage can be optimised.
Click here to access the Interactive Map for ERP rates and gantries.
1.The operating hours of all ERP gantries end at 1pm on the eve of New Year, Lunar New Year, Hari Raya Puasa, Deepavali and Christmas. The ERP charges are not applicable on Sundays and all public holidays.
2.The time period (0730-0800) means the corresponding ERP rate applies from and including 7.30am and applies until but excluding 8.00am. The same definition applies to other time periods.
The Land Transport Authority has completed its quarterly review of ERP rates for the December 2013 school holidays.
The revised rates are effective from Saturday, 16 November 2013 to Tuesday, 31 December 2013. The ERP rates will revert to the pre-school holiday period from 2 January 2014 onwards.
The next ERP rate review will take place in February 2014 for the first quarterly rate review of 2014.
Please refer to the news release for more details.
When MCE opens, the stretch of the ECP west of Benjamin Sheares Bridge will be converted to a major arterial road. The stretch of the existing ECP after Central Boulevard will be expunged. A new arterial road, Sheares Avenue, will bring traffic from the ECP directly into the CBD and connect with Central Boulevard and Marina Boulevard.
With these changes to the road network, LTA will make adjustments to the existing CBD cordons. For more information on the road network changes and ERP, please refer to the news release.