Higher Toll Rates on Delhi-Meerut Expressway from June 2

Starting from midnight on June 2, commuting on the Delhi-Meerut Expressway will become more expensive. The toll rates for four-wheelers will increase by Rs 5-10, and for heavy vehicles, the hike will range from Rs 45 to Rs 65. The National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and the toll company have already issued the notification.

Revised Toll Rates for Different Routes

From Sarai Kale Khan to Meerut

  • Cars, Jeeps (LMV): Rs 165-250
  • Mini Buses, Small Goods Vehicles: Rs 265-400
  • Buses, Trucks (2-Axle): Rs 410-620
  • 3-Axle Vehicles: Rs 595-890
  • 4-6 Axle Vehicles: Rs 720-1085
  • Extremely Heavy Vehicles: Rs 25-40

    Specific Toll Changes

     

  • Sarai Kale Khan to Meerut: Previously Rs 160, now Rs 165 for cars.
  • Delhi to Meerut (via Bhojpur): Rs 140 toll.
  • Delhi to Meerut (via Rasulpur Sikrod): Rs 110 toll.
  • Monthly Pass at Chhijarsi Toll Plaza: Increased from Rs 330 to Rs 340.
  • NH 9 to Hapur (via Chhijarsi Toll): Previously Rs 165, now Rs 170.

    Across Other Toll Plazas

    A 5% increase in toll charges will also be applied to other toll plazas, including those on the Eastern Peripheral Expressway.

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