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Bengaluru: Cabinet approves toll on 19 roads including Padubidri-Karkala


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Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Mar 17: The State Cabinet on Friday approved levy of toll on 19 roads spreading 1530 km in different parts of the Karnataka.

The roads were developed under the Karnataka State High Improvement Project (KSHIP) are aided by the World Bank and Karnataka Road Development Limited (KRDL).

Informed sources said the State Cabinet meeting decided to allow levy of user fee from road users on 16 KSHIP and three KRDL roads.

Toll levied roads are: Mudagal-Tavarakere-Kanakagiri-Gangavathi (74 kms); Padubidri-Belman-Karkala (28 kms); Haveri-Akailur-Hanagal (33kms); Dharwad-Karadigudda-Savadatti (36 kms); Hoskote-Chintamani bypass (53 kms; Tintini-Devadurga-Gabbur-Kalmala (74 kms); Dabaspet-Koratagere-Pavagada-Kambdur (AP) (91 kms); Navalgund-Shelavadi-Gadag-Mundaragi (80 kms); Gubbi-C S Pura-Beeragondanahalli near Yadiyur (49 kms); Yadiyur-Kowdale-Mandya (60 kms); Davanagere-Santhebennur-Chennagiri (149 kms); Savadatti-Ramadurga-Halagatti-Badami-Pattadakal-Kamathagi (130 kms); Hanagal-Shikaripura (144 kms); Kuppalli-Kavishaila and Shivamogga-Shikaripura-Anwatti-Hanagal (128 kms); Malavalli-Maddur-Huliyurdurga-Kunigal-Tumakuru (150 kms); and Mudhol-Mahalingapura-Kabdura-Chikkodi-Nippani-Maharashtra border (108 kms).

Three KRDL roads on which toll would be collected are: Sindhanur-Tavaregera-Kustagi (75 kms); Hubballi-Kundagol-Lakshmeshwara (43 kms); and Ballari-Moka (AP border) (26 kms).

Comment on this article

  • Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    So now you understood who is behind the collecting the toll tax??? Almost all MLAs' from our region opposed Toll Tax Collection recently.... But surprisingly instead of stopping Toll Gate....they inserted one Gate between Padubidri and Karkala!!!! People who bombarded their comments blaming Central..now understood the meaning of KSHIP...I believe

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  • steev, Udupi

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    Then Karnataka govt should stop taking life time vehicle tax and taxes on petrol and diesel.
    We need to pay tax then toll at each and every point of journey . This is ridiculous . This govt know only to loot money and give them as " Bhagyas " to fill their own pockets.

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  • NM, Mangalore

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    We are already paying Rs. 75 as toll from Mangalore to Karkala via Padubidri and now we'll end up paying about Rs. 100 for a distance 67km. Is this really necessary to develop India?

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    Collecting money to topple Governments ...

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  • sri, Karkala

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    One lane toll free road was good between Karkala and padubidri.
    50 crores reserved for tippu jayanti
    So all the taxes paid by people gets misused

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  • Langoolacharya., Belman/Wash DC.

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    People,

    Main reason of the toll business is to enrich the Toll Contractors...Gadkari started this new 'Toll Scam'...friends of Gadkari and Pawar are in this toll business in Maharashtra...and made thousands of Crores in this..

    Now Siddu and party are trying to use same tricks...what is the use in giving 'anna bhagya'...taking from people through 'Yenne Bhagya' & 'Highway Robbery Bhagya'....

    ...JH...

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  • Ronald D, Udupi

    Sat, Mar 18 2017

    If commuters need to pay for everything? Why tax payment?

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