By using the interoperability service, you can buy just one transponder and use it for travelling non-stop along all Russian toll highways, no matter what company issued the transponder.

The service has been effective since January 2017, when the State Company "Avtodor" signed an interoperability agreement with the other owners and operators of toll highway sections.

One transponder for all toll highways: what are the advantages?

  • Space saving: you no longer have to buy transponders issued by different operators.
  • Time saving: money is credited to and debited from a single account.
  • Convenient document management for logistical companies: the operator will help you with the document issuance.

How does it work?

If you travel on a regular basis along toll highways operated by different companies, this service will be of particular use and convenience for you: every user can buy a transponder complete with the interoperability service, enter into one agreement in respect of his/her motor vehicle and be issued with one convenient set of documents. Managing such an account is simple: it is carried out in a personal online profile.

What should you do to start using the service?

You can buy a transponder for all toll highways from any operator; the interoperability service is integrated free of charge. Please, note that terms and conditions of the integration depend on the company that issued the device:

  • transponders М-11:15–58, WHSD and Main road are integrated with the interoperability service automatically: their integration requires no additional actions; and

  • T-Pass transponders are integrated with the service either remotely in your personal online account "Avtodor – Toll Highways" or in the points of sales.

Where is the interoperability service effective?

Now the interoperability service is effective on the following highways sections:

Карта интероперабельности дорог английская
1. М11 Moscow — St. Petersburg Highway, 15 — 58 km;
  • Owner: Limited Liability Company North Western Concessional Company (NWCC LLC)
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
2. М11 Moscow — St. Petersburg Highway, 59 — 149 km and 208 — 543 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
3. М11 Moscow — St. Petersburg Highway, 543 — 646 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company Two Capitals Highway (TCH LLC)
4. М11 Moscow — St. Petersburg Highway, 646 — 684 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company Two Capitals Highway (TCH LLC)
5. М4 Don Highway, 21 — 211 km and 1091 — 1119 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company Avtodor Toll Roads
6. М4 Don Highway,  225 — 633 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
7. M3 Ukraine Highway, 124 — 194 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
8. New exit to MRHW from the federal highway M1 Belarus  (Odintsovo Bypass);
  • Owner: Joint Stock Company Main Road (MR JSC)
  • Operator: Joint Stock Company New Quality Road (NQR JSC)
9. Western High Speed Diameter (WHSD) in Saint Petersburg.
  • Owner: Joint Stock Company Western High Speed Diameter (WHSD JSC)
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company North Capital Highways (NCH LLC)