A large part of the French motorway network consists of toll roads. About 2000 kilometers of this is run by the government, but the majority (9000 kilometres) has been in the hands of private companies since 2006.
Road manager Autoroutes du Sud de la France (ASF) raised the prices by 2.19 percent since February 1, the road manager of Autoroutes Paris-Rhin-Rhône increased them by 2.05 percent. The toll roads of Cofiroute (+1.89 percent) and Sanef (+1.91 percent) also became significantly more expensive, the newspaper reported. La Depeche.
The price increase – every year in February – depends on the work on the motorways and inflation. Inflation has also risen sharply in France. In November it was 2.8 percent, mainly as a result of rising energy prices.
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