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Toll collection on National Highways rises in country

New Delhi: User fee (toll) collection on National Highways has shown a rising trend. The details of user fee collected on various National Highways during the last three years State-wise and year-wise are given in the table below :

       User Fee Collection Statement for the period from 2015-16 to 2017-18 (Rs./Crores)

 

S.No.

State

2015-16

2016-17

2017-18

1.

Andhra Pradesh

1216.21

1188.54

1496.57

2.

Bihar

547.37

591.79

811.98

3.

Chhattisgarh

205.95

240.68

162.17

4.

Gujarat

1774.70

1953.31

2334.63

5.

Haryana

708.49

711.51

998.04

6.

Jammu & Kashmir

62.50

73.89

79.11

7.

Jharkhand

187.36

174.18

236.32

8.

Karnataka

1413.46

1452.40

1773.71

9.

Kerala

137.48

138.01

167.76

10.

Madhya Pradesh

599.27

587.74

702.39

11.

Maharashtra

2419.37

2292.39

2708.61

12.

North-East

1.61

39.55

47.63

13.

Odisha

379.18

422.55

603.76

14.

Punjab

547.21

563.80

690.16

15.

Rajasthan

2602.87

2788.79

3276.36

16.

Tamil Nadu

1958.93

2075.02

2378.69

17.

Telangana

679.50

704.69

854.60

18.

Uttar Pradesh

1944.01

1979.22

2411.84

19.

Uttrakhand

1.76

1.85

19.06

20.

West Bengal

800.00

951.72

1178.15

TOTAL

18148.75

18893.27

22820.58

 

In case of Public Funded projects, remittance, as received from toll contractor, are deposited in consolidated fund of India (CFI).

In case of OMT (Operate, Maintain and Transfer) Project and BOT (Toll) Revenue share project, funds are distributed between National Highways Authority of India (NHAI) and concessionaire as per provisions of Concession Agreement of respective project. Government share from such projects is also deposited in CFI.

The user fee collections remitted by NHAI to CFI are ploughed back to NHAI as investments.

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