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Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) 2.0

At a glance

Introducing ERP 2.0

The current gantry-based ERP system has been in operation for 25 years (since 1998) and will be replaced by a new Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS)-based ERP 2.0 system.


As part of the shift to the new ERP 2.0 system, all Singapore-registered vehicles will need to replace their In-Vehicle Unit (IU) with a new On-Board Unit (OBU). Once installed, the transition will be seamless, with no difference in how you are charged for ERP today.
 

Choosing your OBU configuration

Motorcycles will be fitted with a single-piece design that includes a Processing Unit and a small touchscreen for riders to toggle through different functions.

Cars and all other vehicles will be fitted with a three-piece design, comprising an Antenna, Processing Unit and an optional Touchscreen Display.

If you choose not to install the Touchscreen Display, you can download a compatible mobile application to view ERP and other traffic information. Currently available apps include:

  1. ERP 2.0: App Store or Google Play
  2. Breeze: App Store or Google Play
  3. Galactio: App Store or Google Play
Installing the OBU

When it is your turn, you will be notified via a letter, email and/or SMS from LTA informing you of your two-month installation period and inviting you to book your installation appointment. Upon receiving the notification, book and manage your installation appointment here.

OBU installation duration will vary depending on the make & model and condition of the vehicle, and the selected workshop. Generally, most vehicles will take around 3 hours, but a longer time may be required for some. On the day of the appointment, the workshop will assess your vehicle and advise you on the specific collection time. 

Sign up for backend payment or bring a valid CEPAS card.

 

After Installation 

Get to know your OBU - for more information on the features, troubleshooting tips and warranty for your On-Board Unit. 
 

OBU starter kit - English

 

Related digital services  After your OBU installation, you can visit One Motoring Digital Services to manage your OBU, view your transaction history and obtain details of your OBU warranty. 


Introducing ERP 2.0


The current ERP system, which has been in use since 1998, is due for a tech refresh.

The new Global Navigation Satellite System (GNSS) based ERP 2.0 system will deliver all the functionalities of the existing system plus a range of new motorist-friendly services. With GNSS, ERP 2.0 also eliminates the need for bulky gantries on our roads.

As part of the shift to the new system, all Singapore-registered vehicles would need to replace their In-Vehicle Unit (IU) with a new On-Board Unit (OBU). From November 2023, LTA will progressively install OBUs in vehicles, starting with fleet vehicles first.

Once the new OBU is installed, the transition will be seamless, with no difference in how you are charged for parking or ERP today. You would not need to update any arrangements currently tagged to your IU (e.g. season parking). During the transition period, there will also be no change to the congestion pricing framework. 

Vehicle owners will be notified when it is their turn to install the OBU. 


The new On-Board Unit


Motorcycles will be installed with a single-piece OBU comprising a Processing Unit with a small touchscreen. 

For other vehicles, the OBU is designed as a three-piece unit to provide additional functionalities, optimise performance under warm weather conditions, and allow flexibility for replacing individual parts. Vehicle owners can choose to install the Processing Unit, Antenna, and a Touchscreen Display; or just the Processing Unit and Antenna, with the support of a mobile application downloaded to a smartphone. 

The new OBU will provide information on ERP and parking charges. The three-piece OBU will also deliver real-time road safety information such as locations of nearby school zones, Silver Zones, bus lanes and speed cameras. 

Future OBU features

In future, the OBU will alert motorists when approaching an ERP-charging location and display real-time traffic incident alerts, so that motorists can make more informed decisions on their travel route. Through the OBU, motorists will also be able to pay for usage licences such as for off-peak cars, classic/vintage vehicles, tolls* at existing Woodlands and Tuas checkpoints, and roadside parking. 

(*For Singapore-registered vehicles only)

Industry app developers would also be able to integrate ERP 2.0 data in their mobile applications to provide value-added services for motorists.

Who needs to install the new OBU?


It will be mandatory for all Singapore-registered vehicles to install the new OBU following the end of the OBU installation exercise, except the following:

  • Singapore-registered vehicles that are not allowed to travel on mainland public roads such as tractors, locomotives, construction equipment.
  • Vehicles on Restricted Use Scheme such as airport vehicles, port vehicles, Pulau Ubin vehicles, vehicles used in offshore islands only, vehicles on laid-up status, and vehicles under the Keeping Scheme.
  • Non-mechanically propelled vehicles such as trailers
  • Classic/Vintage vehicles as they are more sparingly used and subject to usage restrictions. However, owners will have the option to install a free OBU if they prefer, subject to technical feasibility assessment by the workshop. Further details will be provided at a later date.

Who is eligible for a free OBU and installation during the transition period?


All eligible Singapore-registered vehicles will receive an OBU free of charge. The exception would be vehicles which are due for mandatory deregistration (e.g., on 5-year COE, vehicles with a statutory life) during the course of the OBU installation exercise.

To qualify for free installation, eligible vehicles should install their OBUs within the allocated installation period indicated in the official notification from LTA. 

Choosing your OBU configuration


Click on your vehicle type to find out more about the type of OBU that will be installed in your vehicle.

Motorcycles

Other vehicles

What are the benefits of installing the Touchscreen Display?

You are strongly encouraged to install the free Touchscreen Display so as to:

  • Access the full suite of charging-related information and traffic alerts.
  • Seamlessly pay for your roadside parking in the future.
  • Be able to control the volume of OBU alerts.

Displaying Key OBU Information on Smartphones

If you choose not to install the Touchscreen Display, you can download a mobile application on your phone and pair it with your OBU. However, the app may not offer all the features provided by the Touchscreen Display.*

*Mobile applications are only required to provide road pricing alerts, charging information, information relating to payment status, traffic information, card balance and status and backend payment account indicator.   

To pair your phone with the OBU, you will need to register your smartphone on OneMotoring Digital Services, and then pair it via Bluetooth. Find out how to pair your phone with the OBU via the ERP 2.0 mobile application here: 

Currently available mobile applications include: 

  1. ERP 2.0: App Store or Google Play
  2. Breeze: App Store or Google Play
  3. Galactio: App Store or Google Play

Available Payment Options

Motorists can continue to pay via valid CEPAS cards (e.g., EZ-Link Motoring Card, NETS Flashpay and NETS Motoring Card), or sign up for backend payment options provided by EZ-Link Motoring Service or NETS Virtual CashCard. As not all carparks support backend payment yet, motorists are advised to still have a valid CEPAS card on hand to pay for parking if necessary.

Backend payment service providers:

Click here for a step by step guide to sign up for backend payment service now.

EZ-Link Motoring Card

CBT CEPAS Card

EZ-Link x Touch 'n' Go Card

NETS FlashPay

NETS Contactless CashCard

NETS Motoring Card


Data Privacy


ERP 2.0 will only collect vehicle-specific data for payment, charges and enforcement, such as against non-payment of ERP charges. For all other purposes, such as for transport planning and traffic management, only aggregated and anonymised data will be collected. LTA will ensure that necessary safeguards are in place to prevent unauthorised access to personal data. 

To allow the development of more smartphone applications for motorists' benefit, third-party application developers will be able to integrate ERP 2.0 information in their applications. For this, LTA has put in place strict security safeguards such as ensuring that applications only have one-way access to key ERP information from the OBU, and that they cannot read other data or make any changes. Motorists who use third-party mobile apps will also need to provide consent for sharing their OBU data.

 

Installing the OBU


Before installation

Wait for your notification 

You will receive a letter, email and/or SMS from LTA informing you of your two-month installation period and inviting you to book your installation appointment. 


Book an appointment 

Upon receiving the notification, book and manage your installation appointment here or via LTA Call Assist Service at 6377-2255. 

Singapore Registered Entities (businesses, companies, organisations) need to have a valid Corppass account to book installation appointments for vehicles. Find out how to create and manage Corppass accounts here.

 

During Installation

Getting your OBU Installed

Bring your vehicle to your chosen workshop to install the OBU. Please be punctual as your timeslot may be released to other motorists if you are late.  

Please ensure that the dashboard of your vehicle is cleared before the installation. During the installation, the In-Vehicle Unit (IU) will be uninstalled* and collected for LTA’s disposal.

OBU installation duration will vary depending on the make & model and condition of the vehicle, and the selected workshop. Generally, most vehicles will take around 3 hours, but a longer time may be required for some. On the day of the appointment, the workshop will assess your vehicle and advise you on the specific collection time

*If your vehicle currently has a solar film on the windscreen, there may be minor damages to the solar film when the IU is removed, such as air bubbles or small holes. If the solar film on the windscreen of your vehicle already has a cut-out from the installation of your IU, please note that the Antenna of the OBU may not be able to cover the cut out entirely, as the position of the Antenna may differ from the IU. 

 

After Installation

Get to know your OBU - for more information on the features, troubleshooting tips and warranty for your On-Board Unit. 

OBU starter kit - English

 

OBU e-services

Visit One Motoring Digital Services after your OBU installation to manage your OBU, view your transaction history and expiry date of your OBU warranty. Motorists intending to use their smartphones as OBU display should also register their smartphones here before pairing it with their OBU. 

 

List of Authorised OBU Inspection Centres 

If you receive a vehicle inspection notice (VIN), you must visit an authorised OBU inspection centre. 

The list of authorised OBU inspection centres can be found here

 

Approach for specific vehicles 
 

Selected Fleet Vehicles


Frequently Asked Questions

 

Congestion Pricing

Installation Appointment

About your OBU

Mobile Applications

Roadside Electronic Parking (REP) functionality

Faulty OBU

OBU warranty

Carpark

Data Collection


Contact Us for ERP 2.0


Have a question? Check out the FAQs, or ask our friendly chat assistant, Ask LTA. 

If you need other support or have other questions, please use the feedback form or our hotline below. 

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Call us for ERP 2.0
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