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28430 Bulgarian Trucks and Buses Have Their On-Board Units Activated

26.03.2020 15:16
LOGO__toll-bg.jpg28430 trucks and buses of Bulgarian carriers have their on-board units already registered in the National Toll Administration and are charged through them when travelling on the paid roads. 342 646 route passes have been purchased since the toll charging started on March 1st, despite reduced heavy traffic due to restrictions against the spread of coronavirus.  

Over 20,000 Route Passes Have Been Sold on the First Day of the Toll System Launch for Trucks and Buses

02.03.2020 14:56
photo-1.jpgOver 20,000 route passes for heavy vehicles and buses over 3.5 tonnes were sold on the first day of the toll system launch. 14,500 on-board units are already operational, with about 6,000 more units being in activation process. This was announced at a briefing at the National Toll Administration by Prof. Oleg Asenov, member of the Management Board of the Road Infrastructure Agency. Together with the RIA Chairman Georgi Terziyski, they summarised to the media the information about the launch of the toll system. 

10,597 tolling route passes were purchased until 5 pm on 1 March

01.03.2020 18:20
kalotina2_01.03.20.jpg10,597 route passes were purchased for tolling purposes until 5 p.m. on 1 March 2020 on the first day of the launch of the toll system for vehicles over 3.5 tonnes. The users have opted for the sales channels of the Road Infrastructure Agency, with the highest number of passes purchased through the self-service terminals and through the website

Over 3,200 Route Passes Were Purchased in the First Hours of the Toll System Launch

01.03.2020 10:26
-_1.jpgOver 3,200 route passes were purchased until 10:00 this morning after the toll system was launched. The information was announced by the Deputy Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Nikolay Nankov. Along with Prof. Oleg Asenov, member of the Management Board of the RIA, he checked the start of the toll system at Kalotina BCP. 13,500 of the totally 15,000 on-board units distributed, were activated immediately after 5:00 this morning.

Carriers May Request On-Board Units for Tolling Purposes

08.01.2020 12:26
LOGO__toll_en.jpgThe owners of heavy-duty vehicles over 3.5 tonnes can now begin preparing for on-board equipment for the purposes of the upcoming toll charging. One of the two national service providers that have signed contracts under the new RIA General Terms and Conditions – Intelligent Traffic Systems AD, has successfully completed end-to-end integration tests for interoperability with the electronic toll collection system, operated and maintained by the RIA. This enables the company to pre-register for the fleet equipment of carriers with on-board units, as well as to start preparations for contracting with them. They will enter into force when the toll system for commercial vehicles over 3.5 tonnes is put into operation.