The government gave green light to road companies to reduce the tariffs starting from 201 to 1.39% to finance the planned 700 million euro program. . New tariffs will come into effect on February 1, 2019.
In August, the Ministry of Transport provided a green light program of 700 million euros on motorways. The plan had dropped to less than 1 million euros before the initial reduction to 800 million, and compared with the original project regulating railway and motor roads. This investment was very important.
Annual growth is 70% of the rate of change in consumer prices. On the other hand, two amendments to APRR and Area (Eiffage), as well as agreements between the state and ASF and Escota (Vinci Autoroutes), have been published in the Official Journal on November 8th. on the other hand, as stated JDD. In the annex to ASF and Escota, from 2019 to 2021, annual growth of tariffs for vehicles of the 1st class is 70% of the rate of change. consumption (excluding tobacco) plus 0.146% annual real growth "for ASF and 0.25% for Escota. For APRR and Area, it is still unknown to "+ 0,198%" for the first concessionaire and "+ 0,8989%" to the other, except for the effects of inflation.
Approved three months ago. Last August OJ announced the initial approval for Sanef and SAPN (Abertis) and Cofiroute (Vinci Autoroutes), which rose from 0.1% to 0.2%. The Ministry of Transport noted that "2019 tariffs have not yet been approved". "In general, tariffs are annually used annually between contracts between state and concessionary companies." 23 car bridges (compared to 32 plans in 2016), as well as "environmental protection reduction" (wildlife crossing, wastewater treatment, etc.) and 4500 motor fleet development.