Mumbai’s Bandra-Worli Sea Link Toll Rates Surge by 18% from April 1

Mumbai's Bandra-Worli Sea Link Toll Rates Surge by 18% from April 1

Mumbai's Bandra-Worli Sea Link Toll Rates Surge by 18% from April 1

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In a move set to impact commuters, toll rates for the iconic Bandra-Worli Sea Link in Mumbai will escalate by 18% starting April 1, extending through 2027.

Following the revision, single journey tolls for cars will jump to Rs 100 from the existing Rs 85, with similar hikes for other vehicle categories. Mini-buses will see tolls climb to Rs 160 from Rs 130, while trucks will now pay Rs 210 instead of Rs 175.

FasTag users will have altered rates as well, with return journey tickets for cars priced at Rs 150 and daily passes at Rs 250. Mini-bus return journeys will cost Rs 240, with a daily pass set at Rs 400. Truck drivers using FasTag will be charged Rs 315 for the return journey and Rs 525 for the daily pass.

The Bandra-Worli Sea Link, dedicated to the memory of former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, serves as a vital artery for Mumbai’s traffic, witnessing a daily flow of approximately 60,000 to 64,000 vehicles and an average monthly usage of around 17 lakh vehicles.

Currently, toll collection on the bridge is overseen by the Maharashtra State Road Development Corporation (MSRDC), managed by an agency on a commission basis, with 4.5% of the toll revenue directed to the agency and the remainder to MSRDC.

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