Home Minister V S Acharya told reporters here on Monday that the training programme will be held for one month. The dates of thetraining schedule are yet to be finalised, he said. Basically,Singapore was zeroed in for its size, population and traffic densityare similar to Bangalore.Acharya said, the team will study broadly the information system inplace in Singapore wherein motorists are alerted about the trafficdensity on nearby-by roads through a public display system. This helpsmotorists avoid already jammed roads. The team will also study thetoll system in place in central district of the city during peakhours. Singapore was the first city in the world to implement anelectronic road toll collection system for purpose of 'congestionpricing'.Under this system users of a transport network have to pay a toll forusing roads in periods of peak demand. This system was furtherenhanced to Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) in 1998. It is mandatory forall Singaporean vehicles to be fitted with a stored-value card -referred in the country as In-vehicle Unit (IU)- if they wish to usethe toll roads. The same is affixed on the lower right corner of thefront wind screen within sight of the driver. When a vehicle equippedwith an IU passes under an ERP sensor - installed on all toll roads -a road usage charge is deducted from the card.