Toll-free Mumbai will cost govt Rs 250 crore a year

It also indicates that toll exemption would benefit maximum commuters.

| Mumbai | Published: June 28, 2016 2:22:02 am
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Public Works Department Minister Chandrakant Patil on Monday said the government will have to incur an additional burden of Rs 250 crore annually to exempt small vehicles (four wheelers) from toll in Mumbai.

Fadnavis had set up a panel to study the financial implications of exempting vehicles from toll at five entry points in Mumbai and on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway. The report said, “If toll is exempted, it would incur Rs 250 crore annually.”

It also indicates that toll exemption would benefit maximum commuters.

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