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Interoperability is a service allowing drivers to use a single transponder at electronic toll lanes of different road networks.
In practice, Interoperability means that a vehicle may go through electronic toll lanes of all cooperating road networks using a single transponder. Interoperability makes traveling in Northern, Central and Southern Greece a comfortable experience.
Interoperability is provided free of charge to all Subscribers that wish to use electronic toll lanes of cooperating road networks using the eway transponder.
Interoperability in 4 steps:
The users of the participating motorways can choose the transponder that best meets your needs, depending on where you live, the road network you use most often, as well as any discounts that may be of interest of you.
Each road network applies its own commercial policy and any discount packages apply solely to the road network that provides them and only if the respective transponder is used.
In case you have more than one transponder in the same vehicle, please choose to put at your windscreen the one you want to use for your electronic transaction keeping in mind the above requirements.
Transaction charges depend on the category of your vehicle, as this is specified by the motorway you are travelling on, based on the height of the vehicle and the number of its axles.
In case of variation on the height of your vehicle resulting from variable load (e.g. vehicle rack):
For height restrictions applying on each road network, please refer to the following sign table (How do I recognize the electronic toll lanes?).
For more information regarding toll charges, please refer to the websites of the participating road networks.
When approaching the toll station
Follow the signage of the electronic toll lanes according to your vehicle's category and height.
|Attki Odos||Height ≤ 2,70 μ|| (Roupaki Toll Station only)
No height restriction
|Aegean Motorway||-||-||No height restriction
|Bridge||Height≤ 2,00 μ||(Trucks Only)
No height restriction
|Moreas||-||-||No height restriction
|Olympia Odos||Height≤ 2,20 μ||No height restriction||No height restriction|
The setting of the electronic toll lanes differs per toll station and, therefore, your timely attention to the signage is required in order to enter into the right toll lane.
When entering the electronic toll lane
Special signs inform drivers of the transponders that may be used at the respective electronic toll lanes.
Before you set of for your journey, during which you intend to make use of interoperability, please ensure that you have sufficient credit in your account.
Each transponder offers different ways of crediting your account, specifically:
Crediting your account (payments in cash) or at a Customer Service Point (in cash or by credit/debit card) may only be effected at the road network where you subscribed your transponder. Adding credit to your account via the distribution points (bank/ business) of each road network is only possible for the transponders of this specific network.
The electronic toll system is updated with your new balance: