Kazakhstan • 06 March, 2020

Toll roads earned more than 600 million tenge

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Fees for four paid sections with a total length of 682 km for two months of 2020 amounted to 643.1 million tenge.

Most of all, Kazakh drivers paid for travel on the national highway "Nur-Sultan - Temirtau" - 215.5 million tenge. The Nur-Sultan-Shchuchinsk highway earned 167 million tenge, Almaty - Kapshagai – 140.1 million tenge and Almaty - Khorgos - 120.5 million tenge.

It should be noted that at the end of 2019, the total amount of the collection amounted to 5.4 billion tenge. Of these, 3.8 billion tenge was spent on the current repair of toll sections and their cleaning, and 1.6 billion tenge was spent on supporting the system's software and hardware complex.

This year it is planned to set up 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 reconstruction work is completed. Thus, the system will exclude the annual allocation of budget funds for the maintenance of toll roads.

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