Sanral (South African National Roads Agency) has released South Africa’s new toll road fees for 2022.
It has increased prices for the tolls which cover the country’s major highways, with the new pricing set to run from 1 March 2022.
The toll roads which are receiving price increases include the N1, N2, and N3 routes.
Vusi Mona, Sanral General Manager of Communications, said toll fees are applied to maintain, operate and improve toll roads – as well as to service debt incurred to implement a toll road project.
“The funds go a long way to ensuring that the roads agency fulfils its mandate of delivering quality road infrastructure that adds value to South African citizens,” said Sanral.
Mona added: “We are counting on the public to support us in this endeavour, because without this key alternative source of funding, we would not be able to carry out some of our major works.”
Sanral said toll fees are adjusted annually, in line with CPI.
“The CPI percentage that was applied to determine the new tariffs is 5%, as published in the Government Gazettes of 11 February 2022,” it said.
The new toll fees are detailed below.