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The Government approved a new methodology for calculating rates on toll roads KXan 36 Diario

Date: March 24, 2023 Time: 08:10:17

As a source from one of the companies explained, changing the cost, for example, of traveling on the Odintsovo bypass simply will not work. It – the cost – is fixed in the concession contract.

Earlier, the Ministry of Transport gave its explanations about the possibility of increasing the rates. Taking into account the significant increase in the network of high-speed toll highways and the continuation of their development, it is required to create the possibility of implementing capital-intensive projects that pass through urbanized settlements with a large population and a high burden of an alternative. free route, the Ministry of Transport said in a statement. The ministry also clarified that in the implementation of such projects, a balance must be observed between the economics of the projects and the benefits of the users.

The draft resolution also provides for the establishment of maximum tariffs for travel on toll roads in the amount of 5 rubles per kilometer for cars. For trucks, the rate will be 14.25 rubles per kilometer. The maximum rate increase can be 1 and 1.7 rubles for cars and trucks, respectively.

“We emphasize that the adoption of the resolution will not mean an automatic increase in rates for all roads. It can only affect certain stretches or artificial road structures,” said the Ministry of Transportation. As specified by the ministry, the road owner has the right to increase the rates. But this is not mandatory.

It is this corridor that has now been established by the government. As Avtodor Group of Companies explained, the prices of consumables used in road construction have changed a lot lately. Therefore, the possibility of increasing the cost of the trip in some sections is quite conditioned.

Hansen Taylor
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