Travel on the highway will be cheaper, toll only once on 60 km, local people will get ‘pass’

According to the government, people living near toll plazas will not have to pay toll, they will be issued a pass.

Now there will be only one toll plaza in 60 kms

Image Credit source: Office Of Nitin Gadkari

Highways in the coming times (Highways) But travel is going to be cheaper. The government will take toll only once within a certain limit. Along with this, toll plaza (TollIt is also going to give relief to the local people living close to ) and constantly traveling on the highway. Union Road and Highways Minister Nitin Gadkari (Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari) informed about this scheme of the government in the Lok Sabha today, according to which the number of toll plazas on the highway will now be limited, while the local people will no longer have to pay toll. This scheme of the government will come into effect in the next 3 months.

what is the government’s plan

Union Minister Nitin Gadkari today announced that the government is going to reduce the number of toll plazas in the country in the coming 3 months and only one toll plaza will be functional within a radius of 60 km. Giving this statement in the Lok Sabha today, Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that other toll plazas falling within 60 km will be closed in the next 3 months. At the same time, according to the Union Minister, people living near toll plazas will not have to pay toll, they will be issued a pass. This will give relief to the pockets of those traveling on the highway, as well as more and more people will be motivated to travel on the highway by paying toll. In fact, the government is emphasizing on increasing the income from toll by increasing the traffic on the highway. At the same time, there is always a demand of the people living near the toll plaza that they should be given relief in toll because being local, they have to travel continuously. Those living near toll plazas are also expected to get a lot of benefit from the new scheme of the government.