Another 24 km of Struma Motorway are Ready
17.12.2018 14:54In implementing the government programme and in line with the priorities we have set, Struma motorway is now 24 km longer, said the Minister of Regional Development and Public Works Petya Avramova at the opening of the new motorway section. The ceremony was attended by members of the Parliament, the Minister of Transport, Information Technology and Communications Rosen Zhelyazkov and mayors.
The Road Infrastructure Agency is in the Process of Preparing All Necessary Conditions and Procedures for Establishing Contractual Relationship with Service Providers and Points of Sales
15.10.2018 15:36With regard to the the amendments to the Roads Act adopted on September 28 and specified therein dates for introduction of a mixed charging system - e-vignette for light and heavy goods vehicles as of 01.01.2019 and toll for heavy good vehicles above 3.5 tons from 16.08.2019 we would like to bring to your attention the following: The Road Infrastructure Agency is in the process of preparing all necessary conditions and procedures for establishing contractual relationship with service providers and points of sales as foreseen in the EU directives and the national laws for sale and purchase of the above mentioned road taxes.
The Offers for Selection of Contractor of the Mezdra - Botevgrad Road will be Submited in December
12.10.2018 13:44The Road Infrastructure Agency started a tender procedure for selection of contractor for construction of 33 km of road I-1 between Mezdra and Botevgrad. The project will be funded by the state budget. The total indicative cost is close to 302 million BGN, VAT excluded. For the first time, a new payment scheme will be implemented with regard to the performance of public contracts, which envisages that the contractor will receive the total amount under the contract only after Act 16 for project completion has been signed and permission for use of the newly built section has been issued. The goal is to ensure that future contractors work as efficiently as possible and complete the project within a short period and with high quality.
The Purchase of an Electronic Vignette will Take a Minimum Amount of Time at a Self-service Terminal
18.09.2018 15:50The purchase of an electronic vignette will take a minimum amount of time at a self-service terminal for passenger vehicles of up to 3.5 tonnes. As of 01.01.2019, vignettes become electronic, and drivers can purchase them at a self-service terminal, through a web portal, via mobile application and at a sales office of the National Toll Management Administration to the Road Infrastructure Agency. The goal is maximum comfort and facilitation to users.