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For the first 8 months the day with the highest toll collection was 31st August

Bratislava, 17 September 2015 – In August the toll collection amounted to 14.88 million Euros. Compared to August of the last year the collection increased by 1.12 million Euros. Toll collection for 8 months reached 123.15 million Euros. Since the start of the year 23,407 vehicles have become entitled to a toll rate discount, of which 18,236 were from Slovakia.

Over 20 thousand lorries over 3.5 tons drive with discount

Bratislava, 18 August 2015 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 16.8 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in July 2015. Compared to June the amount collected decreased by 0.21 million Euros. For the seven months of this year, the toll collection reached the total of 108.27 million Euros. Since the start of the year 21,638 vehicles have become entitled to a toll rate discount, of which 17,267 have been from Slovakia.

Toll collection for the first half of 2015 reached 91.5 million Euros

Bratislava, 15 July 2015 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 17.01 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in June 2015. For the first half of 2015 the toll collection reached 91.47 million Euros. Since the start of 2015 as many as 17,935 vehicles became entitled to a toll rate discount, of which 14,897 from Slovakia.

Toll collection in May was quarter of a million Euros higher compared to April

Bratislava, 15 June 2015 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 15.68 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in May 2015. For the first five months of 2015 a discount on the price of toll was acquired by 13,659 vehicles, of which 11,929 were from Slovakia.

Q1 toll collection reached 43.38 million Euros

Bratislava, 16 April 2015 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 16.44 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in March 2015. The share of motorways and expressways in all of Q1 toll collection was 64.7 percent. Since the start of 2015 as many as 6,201 vehicles have become entitled to a toll rate discount, of which 5,777 from Slovakia.

Over 2 thousand vehicles over 3.5 tons are already entitled to toll discount

Bratislava, 16 March 2015 – In February 2015 the toll collection amounted to 13.84 million Euros. Compared to January of this year the collection increased by 0.75 million Euros. For the first two months of 2015 a discount on the price of toll was acquired by 2,161 vehicles, of which 2,069 were from Slovakia.

For 2014 the toll collection exceeded 183 million Euros

Bratislava, 21 January 2015 – For December 2014 the toll collection amounted to 12.66 million Euros. For the whole year 2014 the National Motorway Company earned 183.39 million Euros. In 2014 as many as 57,695 vehicles became entitled to a toll rate discount, of which 44,845 came from Slovakia. For the five years of the ETC system operation the total amount collected was 793.84 million Euros.

The number of discounts provided from the beginning of the year exceeded 30 thousand

Bratislava, 15 December 2014 – The toll collection in November amounted to 14.87 million Euros. Compared to the all-time record toll collection in October the collected amount was lower by 1.94 million Euros (11.6%). Since the launch of the toll collection system in Slovakia each year the amount collected in November has been lower than in October. Since the start of the year 30,928 vehicles have become entitled to a toll rate discount, of which 22,428 have been from Slovakia.

October toll collection was the highest since the launch of the ETC system

Bratislava, 20 November 2014 – In October toll collection reached 16.82 million Euros. Compared to September the collected amount increased by 1.11 million Euros. Since the beginning of 2014 as many as 29,440 vehicles got a discount on the price of toll, of which 21,867 were from Slovakia.

In Q3 the toll collection reached 45.37 million Euros

Bratislava, 16 September 2014 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 15.71 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in September 2014. The amount of toll collection for the 3rd quarter was 138.98 million Euros. Since the beginning of 2014 as many as 26,655 vehicles got a discount on the price of toll, of which 20,280 were from Slovakia.

The number of vehicles over 3.5 tons driving with a discount exceeded 20 thousand

Bratislava, 19 August 2014 – The complex service of electronic toll collection collected the amount of 15.91 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in July 2014. Month-to-month toll collection in July increased by 0.52 million Euros. The total amount collected for seven months of the year reached 109.52 million Euros. Since the start of the year 21,431 vehicles have become entitled to a toll rate discount, of which 17,008 were from Slovakia.

For 2013 the toll collection reached almost 160 million Euros

Bratislava, 21 January 2014 – For December 2013 the toll collection reached 11.22 million Euros. Compared to December 2012 it grew by 931.5 thousand Euros (9.1 %). For 2013 the National Motorway Company collected the amount of 159.07 million Euros. Year-to-year the amount was 3.55 million Euros or 2.3 percent higher. For the four years of the electronic toll system operation the amount collected in Slovakia was 610.45 million Euros. The month with the highest collected amount ever was October 2013 with the revenue of 15.56 million Euros.

Changes in the electronic toll system

Bratislava, 30 December 2013 – On 1 January 2014 a legislation* is going to come into effect introducing several adjustments into the electronic toll system. They will practically affect all of the operators of vehicles over 3.5 tons liable to pay tolls using the road network of the Slovak Republic.

November toll collection increased year-to-year by 407 thousand Euros

Bratislava, 16 December 2013 – In November the complex service of electronic toll collection earned 14.09 million Euros for the National Motorway Company. Compared to November 2012 it increased by over 1.8%. Since the beginning of 2013 the collected amount reached 147.49 million Euros, which is by 2.55 million Euros more than for the same period of the last year.

A record in toll collection was set exactly after a year

Bratislava, 14 November 2013 – October 2013 became the month with the highest toll collection ever. The complex service of electronic toll collection earned almost 15.56 million Euros for the National Motorway Company and exceeded the previous record of October last year by 400 thousand Euros. It was only the second time since the launch of the toll collection system in Slovakia in January 2010 that the monthly collection exceeded 15 million Euros. Compared to the previous month, the amount collected in October increased by over 1.15 million Euros.

The toll collection increased in the third quarter as well

Bratislava, 15 October 2013 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 14.41 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in September, which compared to August represented an increase of over 1.22 million Euros (9.3%). Compared to 2012 the toll collection in September was higher by 740.8 thousand Euros (5.4%). For the whole third quarter of this year the collected sum was 41.84 million Euros, which compared to last year was more by 1.32 million Euros (3.3%).

Toll collection for eight months increased by 1 million Euros compared to 2012

Bratislava, 16 September 2013 – In August the complex service of electronic toll collection earned 13.19 million Euros for the National Motorway Company. From the beginning of the year the toll collection reached 103.73 million Euros. Compared to 2012 the amount collected for the eight months of this year increased by 1.0 million Euros or 1.00%.

July toll collection increased month-to-month by 5.91%

Bratislava, 15 August 2013 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 14.25 million for the National Motorway Company in July 2013. It represents an increase of 791.96 thousand Euros compared to toll collection for July 2012. Compared to June the amount collected in July 2013 was higher by over 765.36 thousand Euros. The total amount collected for seven months of this year reached 90.55 million Euros.

The collected amount for H1 increased by 400 thousand Euros year-to-year

Bratislava, 15 July 2013 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 13.48 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in June. The fewer working days in June 2013 compared to June 2012 decreased the monthly collected amount year-to-year by 83 thousand Euros. For the first half of the year the collected amount reached 76.3 million Euros. Year-toyear the collected amount for the first half increased by 426.19 thousand Euros. The collected amount for the second quarter increased year-to-year by 2.5%.

Toll collection reached almost 14 million Euros in May

Bratislava, 17 June 2013 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 13.98 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in May. It was by 58.71 thousand Euros more compared to the same month of 2012 and by 534.35 thousand Euros more compared to April of this year.

April toll collection increased year-to-year by 1 million Euros

Bratislava, 15 May 2013 – In April 2013 the complex service of electronic toll collection collected the amount of 13.45 million Euros. Compared to April last year it increased by over 8.1%.

Toll collection in the first quarter was decreased by Easter Holidays

Bratislava, 15 April 2013 – Just as in the previous years, March was again the month with the highest amount of toll collection for the first quarter. The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 12.52 million Euros for the National Motorway Company. The collected amount for the month and for the whole first quarter was negatively affected by the Easter Holidays. Compared to March of the last year the collected amount fell by 7.3% and compared to the first quarter of 2012 it fell by 1.5%.

Toll collection slightly increased in spite of short February

Bratislava, 14 March 2013 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 11.49 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in February. Compared to January the collected amount was higher by 109.73 thousand Euros. The toll collection increased by 21.25 thousand Euros in comparison with last year’s February, which was longer by one day.

January toll collection followed the long–term trend

Bratislava, 14 February 2013 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 11.38 million Euros for the National Motorway in January 2013. Compared to January of the last year the toll collection thus grew by over 416.79 thousand Euros, which represented a year-to-year increase of 3.7 %. The collected sum was higher compared to December 2012 as well, namely by 10.6%.

For three years the toll collection reached over 451 million Euros

Bratislava, 21 January 2013 – In the third year of its operation the electronic toll system on roads of the Slovak Republic earned 155.52 million Euros for the National Motorway Company. Yearto- year the sum collected increased by almost 1 %. For the three years of the toll system operation the collected sum was 451.39 million Euros. The month with the highest collected sum ever was October 2012 with 15.16 million Euros.

In November the toll collection reached almost 13.7 million Euros

Bratislava, 17 December 2012 – In November 2012 the complex service of electronic toll collection earned 13.67 million Euros for the National Motorway Company. From the start of the year the toll collection reached 144.56 million Euros.

October toll collection exceeded the previous maximum by over 1 million Euros

Bratislava, 15 November 2012 – Toll collection in October was higher by 1.05 million Euros compared to the previous record of October 2010. The complex service of electronic toll collection earned almost 15.15 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in October 2012. It was not only the highest monthly toll collection since its launch in January 2010 but also the first sum of collection exceeding 15 million Euros. Compared to September the sum collected increased by over 1.74 million Euros.

In the third quarter the toll collection generated almost half a million Euros more compared to last year

Bratislava, 15 October 2012 – September was the month with the highest toll collection in the third quarter of this year. The complex service of electronic toll collection generated 13.41 million Euros for the National Motorway Company, which compared to August represented an increase of over 1.7%. Compared to September 2011 the sum collected this year was lower by 1.4 %, but compared to the third quarter 2011, this quarter generated 465.73 thousand Euros more (increase of 1.2 %).

Toll collection exceeded 100 million euros in August

Bratislava, 14 September 2012 – In August the complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 13.18 million euros for the National Motorway Company. Compared to August 2011 it was by 0.4% more. From the beginning of the year the toll collection earned 102.33 million euros. Compared to the last year the toll collection increased for 8 months of 2012 by 0.8%.

July toll collection copied the previous years

Bratislava, 15 August 2012 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 13.34 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in July. Compared to July 2011, it represented an increase of 5 %. Compared to the previous month of this year, the July toll collection was by 1.5% lower, which corresponds with the month-to-month comparison of July and June in 2010 and 2011.

For the first half of the year the toll collection generated almost 76 million Euros

Bratislava, 16 July 2012 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 13.55 million Euros for the National Motorway Company in June. Year-to-year it represented a decrease of 90 thousand Euros, which was caused by fewer working days in June of this year. For the first half of the year the toll collection generated 75.81 million Euros, which represented an increase of 155.33 thousand Euros compared to the same period of 2011. The collection in the second quarter increased compared to the first quarter by 11%.

Drivers will be able to use transit ticketing for six more months

Bratislava, 2 July 2012 – On 1 July Decree of the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development no. 192/2012 Coll. came into effect extending the period for the transit ticketing until 31 December 2012. Vehicle operators subject to toll payment will still have available the four transit road sections.

As of 1 July 2012 the network of specified road sections changes

Bratislava, 28 June 2012 – As of 1 July 2012 Decree of the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic No. 147/2012 Coll. introduces a new list of specified sections of roads with the electronic toll collection. The network of the specified road sections will acquire 25 new sections and one specified section will be altered.

May 9th was the day with the highest toll collection since the launch of the system

Bratislava, 15 May 2012 – In April 2012 the complex service of electronic toll collection collected the amount of 12.43 million Euros. Compared to April 2011 this amount was almost identical. Just as last year, a decrease of the collected amount compared to March was due to lower intensity of the freight road traffic related to Easter holidays.

In April the toll collection reached over 12.4 million Euros

Bratislava, 15 May 2012 – In April 2012 the complex service of electronic toll collection collected the amount of 12.43 million Euros. Compared to April 2011 this amount was almost identical. Just as last year, a decrease of the collected amount compared to March was due to lower intensity of the freight road traffic related to Easter holidays.

Toll collection in the first quarter of 2012 increased again year-to-year

Bratislava, 16 April 2012 – Just as in the previous years, March was again the month with the highest toll collection for the first quarter. The complex service of electronic toll collection earned 13.5 million Euros for the Slovak Republic, which was 156 thousand Euros less than in March 2011. Nevertheless, the overall toll collection for the first quarter of 2012 was in the sum of almost 36 million Euros, which was in comparison with the first quarter of 2011 an increase of almost 104 thousand Euros.

The state earned more in toll collection in February than in the previous month

Bratislava, 15 March 2012 – The complex service of electronic toll collection generated almost 11.5 million Euros for the state in February, which was by 500 thousand Euros more than in January. An independent expert officially confirmed the efficiency of the electronic toll collection as at the end of 2011 on the level of 98.97%. As a result, SkyToll exceeded the obligatory value of the parameter of toll collection efficiency, which had been contractually agreed with the National Motorway Company to be at least on the level of 98.91%.

In spite of reduction in the number of specified road sections the toll collection increased in January

Bratislava, 15 February 2012 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned almost 11.0 million Euros for the National Motorway in January 2012. Compared to January of the last year the toll collection grew by over 200 thousand Euros, which represents a year-to-year increase of 1.9%.

For the two years the electronic toll collection earned almost 296 million Euros for the state

Bratislava, 19 January 2012 – The second year of the electronic toll system also proved successful and confirmed the correct choice of the satellite toll collection technology for the roads of the Slovak Republic. Through the electronic toll collection SkyToll earned for the state the sum of 154.1 million Euros in 2011. Year-to-year the revenue increased by 8.6 %. For the two years of the toll system operation the collected sum was 295.9 million Euros in total.

Transit ticketing extended by six months

Bratislava, 30 December 2011- Drivers may use the transit ticketing till the end of June 2012. There are still 12 transit routes available.

After 1 January 2012 there will be 1 098 specified road sections left

Bratislava, 14 December 2011 – SkyToll and the National Motorway Company agreed on adjustments to the specified sections of motorways, expressways and 1st class roads, with regards to the electronic toll collection. The total number of the specified road sections will be decreased by 509. On the opposite the average length of the sections will grow, namely from 1.485 km to 2.160 km. The last condition for the prepared adjustment to come into effect will be an amendment to the decree, which is being prepared by the Ministry of Transport, Construction and Regional Development of the Slovak Republic, as of 1 January 2012 and its publishing in the Collection of Laws.

In November the toll collection reached almost 13.6 million Euros

Bratislava, 19 December 2011 – In November 2011 the complex service of electronic toll collection earned almost 13.6 million Euros for the Slovak Republic. From the start of the year the toll collection reached almost 142.8 million Euros.

Just as last year October was the month of the record collection

Bratislava, 15 November 2011 – In October the complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 14 million Euros for the Slovak Republic. Even though October 2010 still remains to be the month with the highest toll collection ever, October of this year lags behind only by 0.5 %. Compared to September the state earned by almost 424 thousand Euros more, which was an increase of 3.1%.

Since the beginning of the year the toll has already brought over 115 million into the state budget

Bratislava, 13 October 2011 – The September toll collection was by 812 thousand Euros higher than the previous monthly average in 2011. In September the complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 13.6 million Euros for the Slovak Republic. Compared to August it was by 469.8 thousand Euros more.

The Slovak electronic toll system is seen by experts as very innovative

Bratislava, 28 September 2011 – Thanks to the satellite technology used, the Slovak electronic toll system, along with the German one, can serve as an example for the rest of Europe. A representative of the European GNSS Agency thinks that as well.

The number of toll offences grew in August month-to-month by 12%

Bratislava 16 September 2011 – In August 2011 the complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 13.1 million euros for the Slovak Republic, which is compared to August 2010 almost 2.8% more. The collected amount grew month-to-month by 422 thousand euros. After a decrease in July the previous progressive trend has renewed.

Holidays affected the electronic toll collection as well

Bratislava, 15 August 2011 – The holiday period and a reduced need of goods transport in the region of Central Europe were reflected in July’s toll collection as well. In July 2011 the complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 12.7 million euros for the Slovak Republic. Compared to June it was 3.3% less, which also corresponds with the month-tomonth trend in 2010. There were also less complaints and calls on the SkyToll customer service line.

Austrian tolling system operator visited SkyToll

The representatives of the Austrian public company ASFINAG visited on 18 July the headquarters of SkyToll. The reason for the visit iniciated by the Austrian side was to exchange the experiences gained during the operation of both national electronic tolling systems and to discuss the possibilities of cooperation in the field of future European interoperability. The representatives of SkyToll were also invited to visit ASFINAG in order to gain knowledge of the Austrian toll collection system. ASFINAG is the company with the nature of business similar to our National Motorway Company. Since 2004 it is operating the Austrian electronic toll collection system.

For the first half of the year the state earned almost 76 million euros in toll collection

Bratislava 14 July 2011 – In June the complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 13.6 million euros for the Slovak Republic. It is 400 thousand euros more than in June 2010. In total the toll collection earned 75.7 million euros for the state in the first half of 2011, thus 12.1 million euros more than for the same period of the last year. Compared to the first quarter, the toll collection in the second quarter grew by over 11%.

Increasing trend in the toll collection also continued in May

Bratislava 15 June 2011 – The complex service of electronic toll collection earned almost 13.8 million euros for the Slovak Republic in May. It is almost 11% more than for the same month of the last year. The increased toll collection is related to rise in freight road traffic, in particular on the part of domestic vehicle operators.

In April the toll collection reached almost 12.5 million euros

Bratislava 15 May 2011 – In April 2011 the complex service of electronic toll collection earned over 12.4 million euros for the Slovak Republic, which is compared to April 2010 almost 4.5% more. The lower sum of the toll collection compared to the previous month was due to lower intensity of freight road traffic related to Easter.

In the first quarter the toll earned 38% more for the state than a year ago

Bratislava 15 April 2011 – The toll collection in March was the second highest since its launch in January 2010. The complex service of electronic toll collection earned for the Slovak Republic over 13.6 million euros, which was by over 2.3 million euros more than for the previous month and almost by 700 thousand euros more than in March 2010. In total the toll earned almost 35.8 million euros for the state in the first quarter of 2011, which was by 9.9 million euros more than for the same period of the last year.

The state earned more in toll collection in February than in the previous month

Bratislava, 16 March 2011 – In February 2011 the trend of the toll collection growth continued. The complex service of electronic toll collection generated for the Slovak Republic over 11.3 million euros, which is almost 600 thousand euros more than in the previous month and as much as 80% more than in February 2010.

Year-to-year increase of toll collection reached 60% in January

Bratislava, 15 February 2011 – In January 2011, the complex service of electronic toll collection provided for the Slovak Republic over 10.7 million euros. Compared to the same month in 2010 when the amount of 6.6 million euros was collected, it represents a year-to-year increase of more than 60%.

Number of transit sections reduced from 1 March

Bratislava, 8 February 2011 - Drivers can use 12 transit sections on the territory of Slovakia for two months yet. The Ministry of Transportation, Construction and Regional Development extended the effect of the so-called transit ticketing till 31 March 2011. Národná diaľničná spoločnosť has decided to cancel six other transit sections of roads only rarely used by carriers from 1 March 2011.

For the first year of its operation, the toll collection amounted to over EUR 141 million

Bratislava, 14 January 2011 - For the twelve months of its operation, the Complex Service of Electronic Toll Collection generated for the Slovak Republic the sum of almost EUR 141.6 million. For December, the state collected over EUR 14 million on tolls.

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