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Bengaluru-Mysuru Highway Provisional Toll Rates Toll Rates: Bangalore-Mysore Highway: Check Provisional Toll Rates Here

Toll rate: On Monday (February 13), MP Pratap Sinha said, “The toll rate is not yet final. 135 for the first route from Bangalore to Nidaghatta. And the toll rate on both sides of Mysore-Bangalore highway can be 250 rupees. The toll rate will increase slightly at viaducts. 250 because there are overpasses. The toll can be fixed,” he said.

The work on the Bangalore-Mysore National Highway is nearing completion. The highway will be inaugurated in the 2nd or 3rd week of March. 115 km at a cost of about 3,500 crores. A highway has been built. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is likely to unveil the highway this or next month. Pratap Sinha said that we have approached the authorities to name the highway Kaveri Expressway.

NHAI officials have released information on tolls for vehicles using the 56 km Bangalore-Mysore Expressway from Bengaluru to Nidaghatta. 135 for one-way traffic of cars and other light motor vehicles. must pay. 460 for buses. And heavy motor vehicles may have to pay between Rs 750-900, NHAI officials said. NHAI officials said an official notice regarding the toll rate will be issued before the inauguration after approval from the higher authorities.

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According to sources, NHAI issues monthly passes for light and heavy vehicles, but limits it to a certain number per month. Currently two wheelers are allowed on the highway. But after the official announcement of the toll rates, NHAI is considering banning two-wheelers and three-wheelers on the highway.

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