Kazakhstan • 22 January, 2020

Kazakhstan toll roads earn 5 billion tenge in 2019

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According to the results of last year, fees for the existing four paid roads "Nur-Sultan – Shchuchinsk", "Nur-Sultan – Temirtau", "Almaty – Khorgos" and "Almaty – Kapshagai" amounted to 5.4 billion tenge. It is reported by press service of the Ministry of industry and infrastructural development reports.

3.8 billion tenge was spent on maintenance of toll roads, 1.6 billion tenge - on maintenance of the toll collection system.

In comparison with the same period of 2018, paid sites brought in 3.5 times more funds. Today, the length of toll roads in the country is 682 kilometers.

According to the agreement, this year it is planned to install a toll collection system on the reconstructed sections with a length of 5.7 thousand km. The remaining 5.3 thousand km will be paid until 2024 after the completion of the reconstruction work.

It should be noted that the system will exclude the annual allocation of budget funds for the maintenance of toll roads. Thus, the maintenance will be provided at the expense of the collected funds

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