Access tolls to the City of Buenos Aires and national routes increased

Access tolls to the City of Buenos Aires and national routes increased

The new tariff tables in the tolls of the concessioned national road network began to govern today, with a increase ranging from 50% to 66% in the national road corridors, which includes the Riccheri Access, the North and West accesses to the city of Buenos Aires and Road Corridor No. 18.

The new rates are rounded to a multiple of $50 to facilitate change management on toll roads, reported the National Road Directorate.

After National Roads carried out the corresponding technical evaluation, the approval of the new scheme responds to the fact that the last tariff update had been carried out in May 2023, for which it sought to address the price variation registered in certain main components of the transportation items. exploitation, conservation and maintenance and support services, in order to guarantee the level of service provision to users.

How much will the tolls cost?

Consequently, motorcycles (category 1) went from paying $100 to $150 while cars (category 2) went from $150 to $250 (in non-peak hours), and from $200 to $300 (in peak hours). .

In the case of trucks with up to two axles (category 3), the rate went from $300 to $400 (off-peak hour) and from $400 to $600 (peak hour).

Trucks with up to four axles (category 5), which paid $450 (non-peak hour) began to pay $750, and those who paid $600 (peak hour) paid $900; while trucks with up to six axles (category 6) cost $600 and $800 and were charged $1,000 and $1,200 respectively; and trucks with more than six axles (category 7) from $750 and $1,000 to $1,250 and $1,500.

Peak hours at these accesses are Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. and from 4 p.m. to 8 p.m. (in both directions); and on Saturdays, Sundays and holidays from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. (towards the province of Buenos Aires) and from 5 to 9 p.m. (towards the City of Buenos Aires).

These increases will also be applied to all sections of road corridors under national jurisdiction that have tolls with rates similar to those of metropolitan accesses: I (routes 34 and 9), II (188), III (12 and 16), IV (8, 36 and A-005), V (19 and 34), VI (9, 193, 34, A-012 and A-008), VII (3, 205 and 226), VIII (7), IX ( Ezeiza Cañuelas highway, in addition to Riccheri), X (5) and 18 (R12, 14, 135, A-015, 117 and 174).

Source: Ambito

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