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Topic: A22 Tolls
Posted By: Algarveaddick
Subject: A22 Tolls
Date Posted: 07/December/2015 at 00:06
News coming through that the new government are seeking to abandon the A22 tolls. About time.



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Posted By: Big Col
Date Posted: 07/December/2015 at 06:16
That would be excellent.

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Posted By: cubsur
Date Posted: 07/December/2015 at 10:56
I'll bet that no-one will held accountable for the tens of millions of wasted Euros. But don't chuck away your toll tags. The rest of the motorway network still has them!

Drivers have probably noticed that parts of the N125 are falling to pieces under the weight of the traffic not using the A22. With the improvement works cancelled (eg on the way to Guia the work abandoned these several years can be seen) it makes some sense to put traffic back onto the woefully under-used A22 and save the N125 from becoming completely unusable.

We shall see.


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Posted By: DICEYUK
Date Posted: 15/December/2015 at 14:32
Originally posted by Algarveaddick Algarveaddick wrote:

News coming through that the new government are seeking to abandon the A22 tolls. About time.

News coming though that the new government says it ain't gonna happen
http://www.theportugalnews.com/news/new-government-says-toll-abolition-not-on-the-negotiating-table/36872


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Posted By: Algarveaddick
Date Posted: 16/December/2015 at 00:07
There's a shock, changed their mind...


Posted By: Aussie
Date Posted: 15/April/2016 at 05:38
Originally posted by Algarveaddick Algarveaddick wrote:

There's a shock, changed their mind...


Thats not a surprise,they change their mind any time after elections .



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Posted By: Algarveaddick
Date Posted: 15/April/2016 at 09:11
Originally posted by Aussie Aussie wrote:

Originally posted by Algarveaddick Algarveaddick wrote:

There's a shock, changed their mind...


Thats not a surprise,they change their mind any time after elections .



I was being sarcastic Aussie...   


Posted By: cubsur
Date Posted: 15/April/2016 at 15:45
There is a new way to pay tolls in arrears on line at http://www.pagamentodoportagens.pt" rel="nofollow - http://www.pagamentodoportagens.pt

There is an administration charge of €2,21 but that is preferable I should imagine to the minimum 25 Euros fine if they have to write to you.

Source : Portugal news dated 2nd April which I read while waiting in the doctor's this morning.


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Posted By: administrator
Date Posted: 15/April/2016 at 17:55
Just to rectify, the correct link is:

http://www.pagamentodeportagens.pt" rel="nofollow - http://www.pagamentodeportagens.pt

Thank you Cubsur.


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