No Toll Plaza on Highway: Big news! Now drive on the highway without toll plaza, this new system is coming by the government

2nd Jul 22 - Jibin Jibin

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No Toll Plaza on Highway: The Union Ministry of Road Transport is coming up with a new concept. Under this, the owner of the vehicle will have to pay the same amount as he has walked on the highway. At present, money is deducted from Fastag.

No Toll Plaza on Highway: Whenever we go on any highway, we have to face long lines at the toll plaza. But Fastag was brought to get rid of it. However, despite this, there was no difference in the long lines at the toll plaza. Meanwhile, the time has come to be more hi-tech. For this now the ANPR (Automatic Number Plate Reader) system is going to be implemented.

Actually, the Union Ministry of Road Transport is coming up with a new concept. Under this, the National Highway Authority of India (NHAI) is building such a green field expressway in Rajasthan, where there will be no toll booth. The biggest advantage of this will be that the owner of the vehicle will have to pay the same amount as he has walked on the highway.

Now number plate will be scanned

At present, while traveling on the highway, money is deducted from the FASTag installed in the vehicle. But after the implementation of the new technology, the number plate of your vehicle will be scanned and the money will be deducted from the FASTag. It is believed that people will have to pay money on the basis of kilometer in this. According to the information, money was collected simultaneously on toll. But in the new system, you will have to pay Rs. In this system, one entry and exit point will be made on the highway. The number plate will be scanned as soon as the vehicle is entered. Then according to the distance of entry and exit, money will be deducted from the account of the passengers.

Will start from Rajasthan

It is starting from Rajasthan. Green field expressway is being built in Rajasthan under Bharat Mala Project. According to the information, its total length in Rajasthan will be 637 km. This expressway will pass through Punjab, Haryana, Rajasthan and Gujarat. Its length will be 1224 km. This Green Field Expressway will start from Amritsar in Punjab to Jamnagar in Gujarat. It will connect Rajasthan with these two cities. Connectivity will be available from this NH to the port of Arabian Sea. After the completion of this project, Rajasthan will get a dedicated expressway. Passengers will get less turn on this route.

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