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Toll charges hiked in Bengaluru

Toll charges hiked in Bengaluru
Toll charges hiked in Bengaluru
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As per report if you live or work in Electronic City and use the elevated expressway, your expenses are set to rise. Meanwhile to add to the already high fuel prices, the monthly toll charges for the 10 kilometer stretch are set to increase from Sunday. Moreover the monthly fee for two-wheelers is increasing to Rs 560 from the original Rs 545, an increase of 2.7%. Further for cars, an increase of 2.84% implies a charge of Rs 1,405, up from the original Rs 1,365.



Accordingly the monthly toll charges for buses and LCVs (minibuses) will also be hiked, to Rs 3,930 and Rs 1,965 respectively. As per report the cost for return trips on the same day has also gone up there is a uniform increase of Rs 5 for bikes, LCVs, trucks, and buses and however, return trips for cars has not been hiked.

Toll charges hiked in Bengaluru

Furthermore, there won’t be any increase for single trips the same day and these remain at Rs 20 for two-wheelers, Rs 45 for cars and Rs 65 for LCVs and Rs 130 for trucks and buses. Presently the toll stretch is managed by Bangalore Elevated Toll way Pvt. Ltd. They said the hike was mandated by the National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and it was not in their hands.

Toll charges hiked in Bengaluru

Toll charges hiked in Bengaluru
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