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Know the price of tolls for Holy Week in Colombia

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If you are going to travel during Holy Week, keep in mind the toll fees which came into force on January 16, 2022, after making the adjustment of 5.62%, taking into account the CPI decreed by Dane for this year.

(Easter: 4 million tourists are expected in terminals).

Currently, the National Institute of Roads (Invías) is in charge of 34 toll stations, distributed in 15 departments. Below is the list of Prices valid until January 15, 2023 (see also the PDF at the end).

These rates went into effect on January 16, 2022, and run until January 15, 2023.

In this regard, the Technical and Structuring Director of Invías, Guillermo Toro Acuña, expressed the important achievements made the previous year in terms of road infrastructure, thanks to the resources collected from tolls.

(Easter 2022: these are the banking hours for these days).

“During 2021, with this collection, added to the investment of the national government for the modernization of the road infrastructure, the Institute managed to carry out the rehabilitation of 3,090 km of primary roads, the construction and improvement of 298 km of new second lanes and managed to complete and deliver the Central Cordillera Crossing, the most important engineering work in the country”.

It should be noted that within the large commitments made by the entity to provide road safety for travelers and usersthere are also the services of ambulance, tow truck and workshop car which are currently in nine national corridors: Medellín – Bogotá; Medellin – Atlantic Coast; road network of Valle del Cauca, Risaralda – Valle del Cauca; Honda-Villeta; North Central Trunk (Zipaquirá – San Alberto); Calarca – Cajamarca; Ruta del Sol II and Buga – Buenaventura.


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