The Deputy of Roads and Urban Development described ways to pay freeway tolls and argued that drivers who do not pay the toll will be fined soon. Amir Amini, the Deputy Minister of Roads and Urban Development, in an interview with the ILNA correspondent, argued that an electronic payment plan for freeway tolls was launched on the 28th of March in the four Tehran-Qom, Tehran-Saveh, Karaj-Qazvin and Qazvin-Zanjan freeways.
According to the report of Tabnak Alborz News, paying electronic freeway tolls has been currently set up for 4 freeways of Tehran-Saveh, Qazvin-Zanjan, Tehran-Qazvin and Tehran-Qom, and nonstop drivers can easily pay.
Following the report introduction of "freeway electronic tolls’ payment on the brink of heavy failure", the company of construction and development of transportation infrastructure in the country sent a response that is provided below.
Deputy Director of the Construction and Development of Freeways of the Construction and Development of Transport Infrastructure of Iran announced, “All freeways receive the tolls electronically by end of July”.
Sepandaar Co. (ETC Service Provider) is to outsource the non-automated readings and manual correction of the number plates read by speed cameras to the qualified contractors in order to be able to provide the highest possible level of services.
This is to inform that Aaniro’s Accountability Office was established at the following address: “Unit 1, 1st floor, No. 42, Amirloo (Golbar) Ave., Tohid Sq., Tehran”. It is ready to serve the clients every day except for holidays.