Islamabad: One Network, Pakistan’s leading Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) and telecoms operator, and the Excise & Taxation Office (ETO) in Islamabad signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) to begin M-Tag registration and recharging.
The MoU was signed in the presence of Muhammad Hamza Shafqaat, the Deputy Commissioner (DC) of Islamabad.
The M-Tag will be required for travel on highways from 7 December 2021 onwards, according to the Lahore High Court, in order to reduce traffic congestion and pollution at toll booths.
One Network has teamed up with the ETO in Islamabad to offer motorists in the twin cities the mobile M-Tag Registration service. It has also cooperated with the National Highways & Motorway Police (NHMP) to provide M-Tag registration services tailored to the demands of motorists via mobile registration units stationed at various sites, with the goal of providing high-quality services to highway travelers.
On both sides of Bhera Main Service Area and Ravi Main Toll Plaza, M-Tag registration and recharge stations have been set up. Local motorists will soon be able to register for M-Tags and recharge their batteries at the ETO in Islamabad.
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