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These sections of highway will be free from September


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ACD August 24, 2021

From September, some sections of the AP-2, AP-7, C-32 and C-33 motorway will turn out to be free, which suggests liberalizing greater than 500 km.

A couple of months in the past, one of the problems of debate in our nation was whether or not the roads ought to be toll roads or not, or, in different phrases, for those who needed to pay for the use of the highways that are at the moment free.

With that controversy, for the second, frozen (it was mentioned that it had been a probe balloon from the Authorities to see how the attainable measure was acquired), now the other is information. That’s, as of September 1, greater than 500 kilometers of motorways, that till now are paid, will turn out to be free.

Sections of AP-2, AP-7, C-32 and C-33, now free



That date comes into drive the liberalization of two state-owned tracks, the AP-2 and two sections of the AP-7; and two others managed by the Authorities of Catalonia, the C-32 and the C-33.

As for the AP-2, it’s a highway that connects Alfajarín (Zaragoza) with the city of El Vendrell (Tarragona). Till subsequent September 1, that motorist who was driving by means of it needed to pay 20.65 euros to journey the 215 kilometers that compose it.

As for the AP-7, the 2 sections which are liberalized and, subsequently, are exempt from fee, are those who join Tarragona and La Junquera (245 kilometers and for which you pay 28.85 euros) and the one which joins Montmeló and Papiol, Barcelona municipalities separated by 31 kilometers.

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On the similar time, the Generalitat has reported that the part of the C-32, which joins Barcelona and Lloret de Mar (Gerona) over 48 kilometers and that prices between 1.17 and a pair of.90 euros; and the C-33, which runs between Barcelona and Montmeló, whose value is 1.12 euros.

Allow us to keep in mind that for the reason that arrival of the PSOE to the Authorities, the Ministry of Transport, Mobility and City Agenda has adopted a coverage of gradual withdrawal of tolls on these highways whose concessions will expire within the coming years.

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