Interoperability — is a service, that allows to pass through all toll highway sections in Russia without stopping. The service is operated by different operators, using the same transponder, regardless of the company with whom the customer concluded the transponder services agreement.

In January 2017, the State Company Russian Highways signed an agreement with the owners and operators of toll highway sections to launch the new interoperability project in Russia.

Who is it suitable for?

The service is suitable for everyone who has activated this service. It will be especially convenient for those who travel regularly on toll roads with different operators, for example, logistics companies.

What advantages does it have?

From now on, customers no longer have to conclude contracts with different operators; the funds are credited to one account and withdrawn from said account regardless of the highway used. Legal entities (logistics companies) will receive the benefits of convenient document circulation - the operator will help with their design.

1 customer → 1 contract → 1 vehicle → 1 interoperable transponder→1 Personal account →1 set of documents.

How do I connect to interoperability?

Customer transponders are connected to interoperability without extra charges. The conditions for connection depend on the companies issuing the transponders:

  • Transponders М-11 15–58, ZSD (ЗСД) and Main road (Главная дорога) are automatically connected to interoperability and do not require extra actions

  • Transponders T-Pass can be connected on demand either in the customer's personal account on the official website of Avtodor Toll Roads or in person at the Point of sales.

Where is the interoperability service provided?

At the current moment, interoperability is valid on the following highways sections:

Карта интероперабельности дорог английская
1. Moscow — St.Petersburg М11 Highway, 15 — 58 km;
  • Owner: Limited Liability Company North Western Concessional Company (NWCC LLC)
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
2. Moscow — St.Petersburg М11 Highway, 59 — 149 km and 208 — 543 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
3. Don М4 Highway, 21 -211 km and 1091 — 1119 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company Avtodor Toll Roads
4. Don М4 Highway 225 -633 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
5. Ukraine M3 Highway, 124 — 194 km;
  • Owner: State Company Avtodor
  • Operator: Limited Liability Company United Toll Systems (UTS LLC)
6. New exit to MKAD from the federal highways Belarus M1  (Odintsovo Bypass);
  • Owner: Joint Stock Company Main Road (MR JSC)
  • Operator: Joint Stock Company New Quality Road (NQR JSC)
7. 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)