Jammu, March 20: With just a few days left for the inauguration of India’s longest tunnel in Jammu and Kashmir, the authotities have deemed it wise to shut the tunnel till it’s formal inauguration.
The 9 km long tunnel will reduce the distance of 31 km via Jammu Srinagar National Highway to mere 8 kms. PM Narendra Modi is set to inaugurate the tunnel in coming week.
A report by Oneindia, details the toll fares of the newly built tunnel.
For LMV (Light Motor Vehicles), the passenger will have to pay Rs 55/-. And, Rs 85/- will be charged in case of return journey. A monthly fare of Rs 1870/- will be charged for LMV.
Whereas, for vehicles such as Mini-bus, passenger will need to pay Rs 90/-. For return journey he’ll need to pay Rs 135/-
Similarly, heavy vehicles such as bus and trucks, a sum of Rs 190/- will be charged for an onward journey, whereas Rs 285/- will be charged for return-journey.
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