the addition to The toll on the highways is going to become slightly more saline in 2017, according to information from the Sunday Newspaper, Sunday, November 20. From 1 February, prices are expected to increase by 0.76% on average, and up to almost 1.2% on some roads. As a consequence, in particular, of inflation.
This is the network of Autoroutes du sud de la France (ASF), managed by Vinci, which is expected to see the largest increase in price, or +1,197%, according to the newspaper. This network is comprised of the A89 motorway linking Bordeaux to Lyon via Clermont-Ferrand, which has suffered over a billion euros in 2016.
If the work assignment explain the overall increase in rates, the calculation also includes the inflation and the increase of the concession fee.
in Early 2016, the rates had increased a little more important, of 1.12%. In September, the ministry of Transport had announced that the rates highways will increase between 2018 and 2020, an increase estimated between 0.3% and 0.4%.
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