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Mumbai: Toll charges at Bandra-Worli Sea Link Costlier From April 1

Pay extra for Bandra-Worli Sea Link ride from April 1 – Check out new rates

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Travelling on the iconic Bandra-Worli Sea Link will become costlier from April 1. The Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) has decided to hike the toll charges by 6-10 per cent for various categories of vehicles. The toll rates for cars, jeeps etc will increase by Rs five to Rs 55 from the current Rs 50. Heavy vehicles, including buses and trucks, will have to shell out Rs 10 extra over Rs 100 they are paying. Mini-buses rates have been increased from Rs 75 to Rs 80.

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Commenting on the subject Kamlakar Phand, Chief General Manager (toll) Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC) said “The hike is not new but a routine exercise. As per government notification after three years the toll rates are revised so we appeal to everyone to co-operate.

We have been informed by the MSRDC about the increase in toll charges. We will start collecting the revised toll from April 1,

Here is the list of the new revised rates applicable from April 1:

Car

Single Journey Rs 85

Return Journey Rs 127.5

Single day pass Rs 212.5

Tempo/LCV

Single Journey Rs 130

Return Journey Rs 195

Single day pass Rs 325

Truck/Bus

Single Journey Rs 175

Return Journey Rs 262.5

Single day pass Rs 437.5

Monthly Toll Pass rates and types of vehicles:

Car/LMV: Rs 4,250

Discount card 50

single journey Rs 3825 (10%)

100 single journey Rs 6800 (20%)

Tempo/LCV: Rs 6,500 Discount card

50 single journey Rs 5850 (10%)

100 single journey Rs 10400 (20%)

Truck/Bus: Rs 8,750 Discount card

50 single journey Rs 7875 (10%)

100 single journey Rs 14,000 (20%)

The 5.6 km-long sea link was thrown open for vehicular traffic in July 2009. Since then the toll rates were revised for the first time in 2012. Thereafter every three years the hike is done.

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