|Road transportation is the backbone of any country’s economy. Improvement in transportation will lead to lifestyle characterized by extraordinary moments of people, immense trade in manufactured of good. Developing countries like India needs a significant improvement in infrastructure such as Roads or Highways. Construction of these highways is a costly affair, which can't be invested by the government alone. Normally Public private partnerships are made to construct such a huge project. The money spent on these projects can be regained by collecting toll from the passengers who use the roads. The toll collection system, especially in India faces some problems such as long queue lines, escaping from toll plazas etc. These systems can service only 300 vehicles per hour, and if more than that number of vehicles arrives at that plaza, server traffic jams may occur. 
With the increase in the number of vehicles on road, there has been a marked increase in the number of crimes involving vehicle theft. In spite of several stringent laws being in place and security measures taken by car manufacturers, thieves still find a way to remain one step ahead and vehicle theft is still among one of the most reported crimes worldwide. Due to the expensive nature of motor vehicles, there is ample incentive for petty thieves to attempt thefts.
Manual toll collection system contain many drawbacks, like it needs collector to collect the amount at a toll booth, delay in time, traffic congestion, more fuel consumption, longer queue of traffic. To solve these problems we propose QRCode base toll collection and stolen vehicle detection system. QRCode is generated at the time of registration of vehicle in our proposed system. On toll collection booth we collect toll as well as identify vehicle is stolen or not. Propose toll collection system is cost effective, it provides better experience to peoples, less delay of time, shorter queue of traffic, less fuel consumption.