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