Mumbai Live: No toll exemption on Mumbai-Pune expressway

13 Sep 2018 08:07 AM

Mumbai Live: No toll exemption on Mumbai-Pune expressway

Updated 13 Sep 2018 08:07 AM

The Maharashtra government informed the Bombay High Court Tuesday that it had decided against exempting vehicles using the Mumbai-Pune Expressway from paying a toll.
In an affidavit filed through the Public Works Department (PWD), the government informed the court while it had initially contemplated exempting light motor vehicles from paying levy at five toll plazas along the expressway, it had decided against granting any exemptions for now.
The state told a bench led by Justice R M Savant that it had considered factors like the flow of traffic, number of vehicles using the expressway each day and its financial resources, and decided that all vehicles will have to pay toll at the plazas along the expressway at least till April 2030.

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