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clubofmozambique(2011-03-17) - Annual toll tariff adjustments for conventional toll plazas will be effective on (inclusive) 15 March 2011, announced The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL). This annual adjustment is effective on all South African toll routes. The tariffs are adjusted in accordance with the preceding 12 month Consumer Price Index (CPI).


The toll adjustments are indicative of all conventional toll plaza’s in South Africa and is not applicable to the 185km of the Gauteng Freeway Improvement Project. The old vehicle classes (i.e. four classes) for the conventional toll plazas still apply and the discounts are still applicable per toll plaza as per the normal rates.

Please find the 2011 adjusted toll tariffs for conventional toll plazas in the link below.

Click HERE to download the 2011 Toll Fees Leaflet.



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