If you go to Mathura or Agra via Yamuna Expressway, then tell that toll charges have been increased here.
Noida : The dream of traveling on the Yamuna Expressway connecting Delhi NCR with Mathura and Agra is the dream of every person who is fond of driving. If you also have this hobby and want to fill the lane on Yamuna Expressway, then this news is especially for you.Also Read – UP: 5 government school teachers danced in class, the suspension fell due to the video being viral
When you board the Yamuna Expressway from Delhi-NCR side, you have to pay toll to go on this expressway around Jewar. The toll rate on Yamuna Expressway has been increased and the new rates are applicable with immediate effect. Also Read – High alert in Mathura after arrest of suspected terrorists, security of Krishna birthplace increased
If you go on this expressway by your personal vehicle, then you do not need to worry, because the toll rates have been increased only for commercial vehicles. For commercial vehicles, there has been an increase from 5 paise to 15 paise per kilometer. If we assess it fully, now for 10 km, one and a half rupees more will have to be paid. The toll rate for light commercial vehicles, light goods carriers and minibuses has been increased from Rs 3.85 to Rs 3.90 per kilometer. Also Read – The traffic policeman kept pleading to save his life, the car driver dragged the bonnet for a kilometer, then ..
Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Yamuna Authority Dr. Arunveer Singh said that the rate for buses and trucks has been increased from Rs 7.85 to Rs 7.90 per kilometer. The rate for heavy construction machines has been increased from Rs 11.90 to Rs 12.05 per kilometer. On the other hand, vehicles of huge size will have to pay a toll of Rs 15.55 per kilometer instead of Rs 15.40.
He said that Jaypee Infratech, the operator of the expressway, had already been instructed to provide FASTag facility to the drivers at the toll plazas. Necessary technical arrangements for FASTag have been completed in all the three toll plazas of the expressway, Jewar, Mathura and Agra.
CEO Arunveer Singh said that the drivers will be able to leave early by paying toll tax through FASTag. With this, along with saving in travel time, it will also get rid of the jam at toll plazas. However, for those drivers who wish to pay toll tax in cash, booths will be earmarked at the toll. (Input from PTI)