Walking on National Highways: A 5 percent increase on Toll plaza will have a direct effect on those traveling by road. Because the transport departments of all states will make the fare expensive. With this, transportation will also become expensive. Due to which important things like vegetables, fruits, and milk will become expensive.
Walking on National Highways can be expensive from April 1
From April 1, you will have to bear the burden of inflation. Because the Nation Highway Economy of India (NHAI) can increase the toll rate by up to 5 percent. With this, an increase of 10 to 20 rupees can also be made on those who make monthly passes for toll plazas. Let us tell you that NHAI increases toll tax every financial year. In such a situation, this year also the NHAI Nation is going to increase the toll tax to run on the highway. Let us know how much effect this increase will have on you.
Traffic and transportation will be expensive by road
A 5 percent increase in toll plazas will directly affect those traveling by road. Because the transport departments of all states will make the fare expensive. With this, transportation will also become expensive. Due to which important things like vegetables, fruits, and milk will become expensive.
First of all, there will be an increase in these three toll plazas
According to reports, there will be an increase of Rs 5 to 30 in the three toll plazas of Gorakhpur. On the basis of the toll collection of Nayansar, Tenua, and Sharepur Chamarah, the officials are soon going to send a proposal to increase the price. With this, the monthly toll is also going to increase by 10 to 20 rupees, which can increase the load on the people coming and going. NHAI Gorakhpur zone project director CM Dwivedi said that toll tax increases every financial year. The new rate will be applicable from April 1 and the proposal has been sent to the headquarters.
FASTag – While the FASTag electronic toll collection system claims to reduce the waiting time at the toll plaza, it is also expected to reduce fuel consumption. Recently Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has said that if all vehicles run on the National Highway using FASTag, then India will save Rs 20,000 crore on petrol and diesel every year.