new Delhi. Traveling on the highway will become cheaper in the coming times, because the government is worried about it and a plan has also been prepared. The government will collect toll only once within a certain limit. To give relief to the local people living near the toll plaza and constantly traveling on the highway, there is a plan to give them passes.
Union Road Transport Minister Nitin Gadkari gave information about this scheme of the government in the Lok Sabha on Tuesday. He told that now the number of toll plazas on the highway will be limited, while the local people will no longer have to pay toll. This scheme of the government will be implemented in the next 3 months.
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Many toll plazas will be closed
Union Minister Nitin Gadkari announced that the government is going to reduce the number of toll plazas in the country in the coming 3 months and only one toll plaza will function within a radius of 60 kms. Nitin Gadkari said that other toll plazas falling within 60 km radius will be closed in the next 3 months.
Will give passes to local people
According to the Union Minister, those living near the toll plaza will not have to pay toll, they will be issued a pass. This will not only give relief to the pockets of those traveling on the highway, but more and more people will be motivated to travel on the highway by paying toll.
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Actually, the government is emphasizing on increasing the income from toll by increasing the traffic on the highway. At the same time, there is always a demand of those living near toll plazas that they should be given relief in toll, because being local, they have to travel continuously.
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