Tolls for mass heavy-freight traffic – weighing between 3.5 and 12 tonnes, will be from 4 to 7 stotinki (BGN 0.04-0.07) per kilometer, depending on the emission class of the vehicle. This is envisaged in the draft Tariff for the fees levied for the use of the National road network, published today for public consultation.
It is proposed that the initial range of the toll system should be 6050 km – motorways, first and partially second class roads. Thus, 14,000 km of the nearly 20,000 km long national road network will be free of charge for trucks over 3.5 tonnes. After the start of the toll system, these vehicles will not pay a vignette for the road network outside the scope of the toll roads.
The tariff introduces a fair model of charging for road vehicles, in line with the European principle – those who waste the road more, pay more. Tolls are related to the environmental category of the vehicle, as well as to the class of road for which tolls will be payable – motorways, first and partially second class. The value will be calculated per kilometer, and any entry into a toll segment will be considered to be for the complete length.
Source – Road Infrastructure Agency (RIA)
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