Indiana Toll Road Reduces Traffic Incidents by 30% and Enhances Roadway Safety

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ITR Concession Company (ITRCC) is responsible for the construction, maintenance, repair and operation of the Indiana Toll Road. ITRCC is committed to delivering a safe travel experience for its customers, employees, and community, and has provided over 300 million dollars of improvements along the Northern Indiana corridor since 2016.

As part of these improvements, the ITRCC sought to revamp its IT networking solution too, to better meet today’s critical business needs and position them strategically in the future. Currently, ITRCC’s large network infrastructure focuses primarily on powering tolling lanes and various connected devices designed to protect drivers and keep the roads safe. This network infrastructure supports the Indiana Toll Road’s 24/7 operation.


  • Secure network to protect customer and business data
  • Simple, single pane of glass for network monitoring
  • End-to-End, centralized network management
  • Robust, reliable network infrastructure for continuous connectivity and 24x7x365 uptime
"We’ve seen a 30% reduction in traffic incidents because we can talk to our users and warn them about accidents, lane closures, and work areas. We’ve prevented a significant amount of accidents that couldn't have been presented without this system,"
Juan Ignacio Gomez-Logo
CIO with the Indiana Toll Road

Extreme Network Solution:

After vetting a number of network providers, the Indiana Toll Road ultimately decided on Extreme Networks. Their technologies delivered a simple, but powerful automation and management solution at a cost-effective price, meeting the unique needs and future goals of the business. ITRCC partnered with Extreme Networks and Qubit Networks to make the network upgrades that would bridge the organization to the next leg of their planned infrastructure refresh.


Many benefits have resulted with Indiana Toll upgrading their network to Extreme Networks. One of the biggest benefits has been increased security and efficiency, which is a necessity for both their customers and the work-force. Currently, the network fabric backbone helps the Toll Road detect wrong-way driver detection, vary speed limit signs depending on weather activity, and automatically script responses to action that is occurring in real-time on the roadway.