Goodbye to toll roads in our region

Toll roads in Alicante and Andalusia, the AP-7 Tarragons-Valencia-Alicante and the AP-4 Seville-Cádiz, are now free.

The company Abertis, which manages the motorways, ended their concession contract on December 31st and, as agreed by the Ministry of Development, the tolls have been lifted and return to the State.

The company, Albertis, has signed a severance package (ERE) with Spain’s traffic body UGT and USO for 136 of its employees.

The lack of toll on the AP-7  is of benefit to around 23,500 users a day on the section between Tarragona and Valencia, and just under 21,000 on the route between Valencia and Alicante, the AP-4 has around 25,200 vehicles that circulate daily on the motorway, so the lack of tolls is great news for motorists.

A return trip to Valencia from Benidorm is now 29€ cheaper, Happy days.....

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