12% increase in tolls in Serbia from July 1st
The Parliamentary Committee on Finance, the State Budget and the Control of the Expenditure of Public Funds adopted a proposal to amend the Law on the Use of Public Goods, which will increase the price of the toll in Serbia by 12%, as well as a bill that allows the construction of the Moravian Corridor to begin. </ span>
For the sections most often used by Bulgarian citizens, the fees are the following:
– From Tsaribrod to Nis – 210 dinars (1.78 euros)
– From Belgrade to Nis – 900 dinars (7.65 euros)
– From Nis to Presevo – 600 dinars (5.10 euros)
– From Belgrade to Sid – 410 dinars (3.48 euros)
– From Novi Sad to Belgrade – 240 dinars (2 euros)
– From Belgrade to Subotica – 630 dinars (5.35 euros)
Fees can be paid in dinars, euros or by bank card.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs reminds the Bulgarian citizens that the control of the average speed, which is 130 km / h, on the highways in Serbia, continues to be carried out by measuring the time from point to point for payment of highway fees.
Milena Tadic of the finance ministry told the finance commission that the cost of tolls is rising so that further construction can be sustained and road maintenance.
She noted that the changes in the Public Goods Act have been achieved in part by harmonization with the European Union directive, which stipulates that tolls must provide realistic costs for maintenance, development and construction of highways.
Miodrag Poleditsa from the Ministry of Construction, Transport and Infrastructure says that the proposed law on the construction of the Moravian Corridor provides the legal basis for the implementation of this project imajcuhi in the sense that the design documentation is “completely ready.”
He added that the expropriation of land from Pojat to Krusevac is in the final stages and that it is now necessary to choose a strategic partner and financial resources to start construction.
Indicates that the Moravian Corridor connects half a million inhabitants and is 110 km long.
“This corridor is divided into three main sections, the first from Pojat to Krusevac, about 26.5 km long, the middle section, which is the most complex from Krusevac to Adran, and the third from Adran to 30.6 km “- pointed out Poleditsa.