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New toll system in Bulgaria

New toll system in Bulgaria

According to the information received from AEBTRI, On 1 March 2020 Bulgarian competent authorities will put into operation an electronic toll system for vehicles and vehicle’s combinations with total permissible maximum weight over 3.5 t (both for passengers and goods).The basic rights and obligations of road users are set out in the Roads Act as amended.

The list of road sections subject to toll payment and the tariff are determined by the Council of Ministers after negotiations with the stakeholders and will be published officially after 12 February 2020 when the formal period of the public consultation expires.

The charge due will depend on the distance travelled, technical characteristics of the vehicle (weight category, number of axles, emission class) and the road category.

The agreed toll network includes all motorways and all 1st class roads.

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