Motorway tolls: here are all the new rates in the region from 1 February 2024

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Toll prices change: Vinci Autoroutes hikes by 2.7% this Thursday. Some of the prices remain unchanged. If the strongest increase in the region concerns the Millau viaduct, the A9 and A61 motorways remain the concessionaire’s cash cows.

Pay more, always more expensive. Driving on the motorway will cost you a few cents or euros more from Thursday 1 February 2024, which is the annual date for the change in motorway toll rates. At Vinci Autoroutes, which operates the ASF and Escota networks in the south of France, the increase is 2.7%. Highway sections have increased, others are keeping the same price, but none are decreasing!

This increase of 2.7% comes after increases of 4.75% in 2023, +2% in 2022 and +0.44%. These price changes are validated by the state.

So what are the new regional toll rates?

Around Toulouse

Good news for motorists who have to travel to Toulouse every day for work: no price changes from 2023. On the A62, the Saint-Jory/Toulouse route maintains prices of €0.80 towards the western ring road and €1.10 towards the eastern ring road (€1.30 and €1.80 between the Eurocentre and the Toulouse-North tollgate). On the A64, the Muret toll will always cost €1.80. On the A68 towards Albi, the Toulouse-est toll remains at €1.70. No change for the EU toll of €0.50. The Verfeil ramp remains at €1.70.

A61/A66

From the Toulouse-Sud toll everything depends on whether you come from the western ring (managed by the South West Roads Department) or the eastern ring (managed by Vinci autoroutes). In the latter case, the fare for your trip will be higher. The trip to Ariège is 20 cents more expensive than in 2023 : €6.20 for Toulouse/Pamiers coming from the western ring and €6.80 coming from the eastern ring.

Tolls for shopping in the Nailloux brand village remain unchanged; €2.40 or €2.80 depending on your origin on the Toulouse ring road.

On the A61, Toulouse/Villefranche-de-Lauragais is unchanged: €2 coming from the western ring road; €2.40 coming from the eastern circuit. The Toulouse/Carcassonne-East route remains the same : EUR 9.70 originating from the Western Circuit and EUR 10.30 originating from the Eastern Circuit. In five years, Toulouse/Carcassonne – upgraded to 2*3 lanes for parts of the journey – costs €1 more. Taking the motorway on the A61 in Montgiscard towards the Pink City remains €1.30 and €1.70 depending on the direction on the western or eastern ring road.

Entrance to the Sainte-Colombe-en-Bruilhois toll (47).

Entrance to the Sainte-Colombe-en-Bruilhois toll (47).
Photo by DDM, Morad Cherchari

A61/A9

Traveling to the sea from Toulouse to Narbonne-sud will cost you… €0.60 more in one year and €1.60 more expensive than in 2022! €15.90 instead of €15.30 originating from the Western Circuit and €16.50 instead of €15.90 originating from the Eastern Circuit.

The connection between Toulouse and Montpellier (Montpellier Saint-Jean-de-Védas toll) costs €1 more in one year and €2.50 more than in 2022! €27 instead of €26 when arriving from the west of Toulouse and €27.60 instead of €26.60 when arriving from the east of the Pink City. Connecting the two metropolises of Occitanie has significant costs.

Do you want to go to Spain soon? Here, too, you will pay a high price. €1.20 extra and €2.80 extra in one year! Connecting to Perthus will cost €26.40 instead of €25.20 coming from the western circuit and €27 instead of €25.80 coming from the eastern circuit.

A62

The Montauban to Toulouse connection will cost an additional 10 cents from 1 February 2024: €3.20 on the western circuit and €3.90 on the eastern circuit. The journey from Toulouse to Agen remains the same: €10.70 on the western circuit and €11.40 on the eastern circuit. The Toulouse/Bordeaux route increases by €0.50 for one year and €2.20 for two years : €22.30 instead of €21.80 or €21.60 instead of €21.10 at the Saint-Selvage toll depending on your origin from Toulouse and vice versa.

A64

Towards the Pyrenees, prices change or not. It all depends on your destination. Toulouse/Saint-Gaudens remains at €2.10, Toulouse/Montréjeau increases by 10 cents to €4.20, Toulouse/Lannemezan is up 20 cents to €5.80. The Toulouse/Tarbes-west journey increases by 20 cents to €8.50, 20 cents for Toulouse/Pau to €11.90. Connecting Toulouse to the Basque Coast (same toll) will cost you an additional €0.90 to €22.30 (€21.40 in 2023; €20 in 2022; €19.40 in 2021; €19 in 2020 and €18.90 in 2019). Prices to which must be added the €1.80 Muret toll.

Pamiers (Ariège) toll barrier on the A66.

Pamiers (Ariège) toll barrier on the A66.
Photo by DDM, Géraldine Jammet

A20

On the A20 connecting Montauban-nord to Cahors-sud increases by 10 cents to €4.30 (€7.30 for Cahord-nord). The Montauban-Sever/Gignac toll is increasing by 60 cents to €15.60.

Puymorens tunnel

The price of the Puymorens tunnel in the Pyrenees increases by 20 cents to €7.70 (in 2019 it was €6.90).

Millau viaduct toll on the A75.

Millau viaduct toll on the A75.
Photo by DDM, Jean-Louis Pradels

Millau Viaduct

The Millau viaduct will see the highest toll increase in the region this year: between +5.56% (in the summer) and +5.83% (for the rest of the season). A ride on the majestic bridge will cost you €10.70 from today (instead of €10.10) during the year and €13.20 instead of €12.50 from 15 June to 15 September 2024.

The listed prices correspond to class 1 (tourist vehicles). The complete price list from Vinci Autoroutes as of February 1, 2024 can be found by clicking here. For other motorways in France click here.

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