Sat. Oct 1st, 2022

From July 1, the trip between Delhi and Dehradun will cost more. From July 1, toll prices at the Sivaya toll plaza on National Highway 58 will rise. At the Sivaya Meerut toll plaza on National Highway-58, there is a plan to raise the toll from Rs. 10 to Rs. 15 as of July 1.

Private car travel to Delhi will become more expensive in this circumstance, and bus rates would also rise.

It is also anticipated that the local car toll would rise by Rs. A request for an increase in toll fees at the Sivaya toll plaza between Delhi and Dehradun has been made by the toll corporation to the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI).

The toll corporation will begin collecting tax from the higher charges on July 1 with the NHAI’s approval.

Travel will now cost more for the second time in the past three months as a result of a toll fee increase.

In actuality, a nationwide rise in toll costs of 10% to 20% took effect on April 1. The corporation has begun making the necessary preparations at the toll plazas in anticipation of the hike in toll fees that will take effect on July 1st. According to the toll corporation, toll prices will rise.

The toll corporation has submitted a request for a tax hike to NHAI.

The tax on commercial cars may rise by Rs 10 to Rs 15 with a little increase in municipal tax, according to estimates. The toll corporation will begin collecting tax from the raised prices in July as soon as NHAI accepts its request.

The business has stepped up its preparations for this.

About 25–30 thousand cars travel through the toll plaza each day, according to toll authorities. FASTag can take up to 94 percent of the tax due on these cars, with cash tax collection accounting for the remaining 5 percent. Local residents receive the prescribed exemption, under NHAI guidelines, whereas those who pay taxes in cash are subject to double taxation and penalties.

By adele rose

Adele Rose is the senior editor and employee of WGBS Pvt Ltd Digital wing.

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