Pretoria - The South African National Roads Agency Limited (SANRAL) has finally revealed the much-awaited toll tariffs for the Gauteng freeway network with motorists expected to pay between R4, R60 and R45 and R54 for 11.5 km depending on the size of their vehicle.
But there will be discounts for off-peak travel including weekends, e-tag users, frequent users and qualifying public transport operators.
Briefing reporters on Friday, SANRAL CEO, Nazir Alli said the discounts will ensure that frequent users of the freeway do not suffer major financial losses as a results of using the provinces roads.
"What we are saying is that as a frequent user of the road... if you get yourself an e-tag you stand to qualify for various discounts that are on offer," Alli said.
E-tag discounts of up to 25 percent will be available for all vehicle classes and period discounts, also known as time of day discounts, will also be applicable.