How much should you pay to drive the Grand Bypass West of Strasbourg (GCO)? The answer was given this Sunday in Ministerial decree published in the Official Gazette.
If you ride in Class 1 car, you will have to pay between 2.20 EUR and 5 EUR To borrow the entire GCO. It will be half the amount if you only take one of the two paid sections.
employment van or caravan, a “class 2” vehicle, the entrance ticket will cost you between 4 euros and 7.20 euros.
If you prefer Motorcycle, Trike or Quad, “Class 5” vehicles, count between 1.60 euros and 2.80 euros.
heavy weights You will have to pay more. between 9 euros and 14.40 euros for two axles (Class 3), between 10.20€ and 16.60€ for more than two axes (Class 4).
Pricing for the new A355 is based on four criteria:
- car class
- Number of borrowed paid sections: one or two sections
- Time period: Peak hours between 7 AM and 9 AM and then 4 PM and 7 PM, average hours between 9 AM and 4 PM then 7 PM and 8 PM, off-peak hours, from 8 PM to 7 AM.
- Pollution class for heavy goods vehicles only (Classes 3 and 4)
Find our profile on the Great Western Bypass of Strasbourg.
Exact opening date unknown
After the green light from the courts at the opening of the GCO, the new section of the highway awarded by the state to Arcos, a subsidiary of the Vinci Group, will soon open. The ministerial decree on Tuesday, December 12, mentions the date for implementing the new tariff.
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