According to the Ministry of Infrastructure, Communications and Transport (SICT), as of Tuesday, February 7, rates at toll booths belonging to the federal toll highway network increased by 7.82 percent.
dependency Inflation taken as a reference Update rates are reported between December 2021 and December 2022, as it is intended Maintaining the economic balance of the motorway networkFrom the income of workers to the expenditure incurred in administration, operation, protection and maintenance.
In the case of highway networks under concession to the National Infrastructure Fund (Fonadin) and Federal Roads and Bridges (Capufe), a 7.82 per cent adjustment in toll booths will take place from Wednesday, March 1.
Taking the data from the said network as a reference, these are the most expensive booths across the country for private cars:
- Durango – Mazatlan: 668 to 720 pesos with an increase.
- Cuernavaca – Acapulco: From 543 to 585 pesos.
- La Tinaja – Kolosiak: From 455 to 490 pesos.
- Don-Nogales Station: 441 to 475 pesos.
- Cosomate – Access Piloncillo-Santa Lucia: From 325 to 350 pesos.
- Gomez Palacio – Corralitos – Union Highway: From 280 to 301 pesos.
- Las Chupas – Ocozocoatla: From 255 to 274 pesos.
- Tehuacan – Oaxaca: From 252 to 271 pesos.
- Cosmalopan – La Tinaja-Isla: From 236 to 254 pesos.
- Córdoba – Veracruz: From 229 to 246 pesos.
The road network in the Valley of Mexico is extremely important, as there are road sections that connect the state of Mexico with the country’s capital. Visit nearby entities such as Guerrero, Querétaro and Morelos,
In addition, the roads of Capufe and Fonadin networks have wide coverage This increase in toll booths, and toll booths in states north and south of Mexico, will be a blow to the budgets of those who constantly go off road for vacations or to work.