(AOF) – The prices of motorway tolls will increase by an average of 0.76% at February 1, 2017 in France, reveals The Sunday Newspaper. According to the daily, the autoroutes du sud de la France (ASF) managed by Vinci to report their rates of 1,197%. On the network, Cofiroute (Vinci), the increase is 0,572%. On the Escota network (Vinci), the increase reached 0,592%. On the highway companies Sanef and SAPN (group Abertis), located in the North-West, the increase is 0,582%.
The rates of the network APRR, managed by Eiffage and Macquarie will grow by 0,896% on the axis Rhine-Rhone and 0,926% on the Rhone-Alps, according to the JDD.
These increases will be followed by an increase between 0.3% and 0.4% per year between 2018 and 2020.
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