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In Russia, from July will increase the tariffs of the system "Plato"

In Russia, from July will increase the tariffs of the system "Plato"
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The tariff of the state system “Plato” will increase from XNUMIX in Russia. It will grow from the current 1 ruble per km to 1,9 ruble per km. This was announced by the head of the Ministry of Transport of Russia Yevgeny Dietrich following the results of discussions with representatives of freight forwarders and shippers associations, as well as with heads of logistics companies.

The fare on federal roads will not be indexed simultaneously. Increasing from July 1 will be the first stage, after which the increase will await truck drivers several more times over the course of three years. So, from 1 February 2020, the tariff will be 2,20 rubles per km, from 1 February 2021 years - 2,35 rubles per km. According to the press service of the Ministry of Transport of Russia, after this the tariff will be indexed every year in February to the size of annual inflation. According to preliminary forecasts, it will be about 4%.

The head of the Ministry of Transport believes that this will increase the number of roads and bridges being repaired at the expense of additional funds from the Platon system. During its operation, 77 billion rubles was received by the road fund. With this money in the 40 regions of the country, more than two thousand km of roads were repaired, they restored and built over 30 bridges.