Online Tollgate Payment Android App
Toll gate payment system have been of great assistance in lessening the over congestion that has become a part of the metropolitan cities these days. It is one of the uncomplicated ways to manage the great rum of traffic. The travelers passing through this mode of transport, carried by their transport that allows them to be aware of the account of the money that has been paid and the money left in the tag.
It relieves the traveler of the burden of waiting in the queue to make the toll payment, which decreases the fuel-consumption and also taking cash with them can be avoided. Our system avoids this type of problems, user he gate pass from online so user doesn’t need to wait the tollgate. In this system users will be having the separate wallet to make payments and transactions. So that they can make their toll gate pass payment from one wallet to another thorugh online this makes their trip more easy and convenient.
Online Tollgate Payment Android App
Software Requirements: –
Front End: HTML5, CSS3, Bootstrap
Back End: PHP, MYSQL
Control End: Angular Java Script
Android SDK – adt-bundle-windows-x86
IDE: Eclipse Mars
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Toll Tax App
- Manage User & Toll pass
- Manage Toll login
- Approve toll pass
- Generate QR Code
- Create Toll details
- Add Money – eWallet
- Buy Toll eTicket
- Apply New toll pass
- Renewal toll pass
- Apply Toll pass
- Get QR Code for Toll pass
- Conductor :
- Scan QR
- Verify toll pass ID
- Verify Toll ticket
- Update toll location