Slovak highway e-tolls raise almost €76 million in H1 2012

The Slovak Republic collected €75.81 million in e-toll revenues in the first six months of this year, up by €155,330 year-on-year, or 0.2 percent. In June, e-toll collection totalled €13.55 million, a year-on-year decrease of €90,000 or 0.7 percent, the SITA newswire reported, citing Anton Bodiš of system operator SkyToll.

The Slovak Republic collected €75.81 million in e-toll revenues in the first six months of this year, up by €155,330 year-on-year, or 0.2 percent. In June, e-toll collection totalled €13.55 million, a year-on-year decrease of €90,000 or 0.7 percent, the SITA newswire reported, citing Anton Bodiš of system operator SkyToll.

Bodiš put the drop down to the lower number of working days in June this year. Compared with May, toll revenues fell €360,000, or by 2.6 percent month-on-month. Electronic toll collection in the second quarter of this year reached some €39.8 million, an increase of nearly 11 percent, or €36 million, on the previous quarter.

Source: SITA

Compiled by Zuzana Vilikovská from press reports
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