[Resolved]  NHAI — toll booth on nh-2 agra-firozabad (U.P.)

the toll booth situated between Firozabad and Tundla seems to be unreasonable as the other toll booths on this nh-2 at Farah( Near Mathura) and at Kathphori (Near Etawah) has very short distance.the distance from Farah to Tundla is about 50 Km.and the same distance is from Kathphori to Tundla. The creataion of Toll Booth at 50 Km. is unreasonble.Ihave heared that the minimum distance between two booth must be at lease 80 Km.is it right?

The personals at Toll Booth at Tundla are beating vehicle owners and creatin nuisence. The enormous news are in news papers -"Amar-Ujala", "Dainik Jagran" etc. People of this area are agitating and want to know the exect legal position of distance between two boths for creation a new Booth.

pl. check your personals on Tundla booth for taking extra money and not giving the receipts.

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Aug 14, 2020
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job in firozabab amar ujala news paper
GMR Ulundurpet expressways pvt ltd toll for car for single journey NH-45 km 150.4 vill. vikravandi dist of is Rs.51.00 whereas in between Rs.35/- & Rs.35/- toll is being collected. It is very clear in the token that Rs.51/- is for 150 km. But every body should know why another two tolls of Rs.35/- each are collected in between
I travelled from chennai to Kumbakonam on 30th Jan 2010 in a car. A Toll fee of Rs 30 collected at Maduravayal. Rs 20 at Chenglepet, Rs 20 at Tindivanam and Rs 51 at Vikrawandi. I felt that the fee collected at Vikrawandi for 150Km is for using the Trichy Road. It should not be collected from people going to Kumbakonam taking diversion just 100ft away. The toll gate is intelligently placed in the junction to get more revenue. Will the NHAI look into this and take corrective measures.
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I am resident of Guindy. We have an all time busy road in Guindy.. People especially pedestrians suffer a lot to cross the road from the Guindy Industrial estate side to MKN road junction and vice versa.. This problem have become so big to everyone, when Guindy is made some one way traffic arrangements in various places... Hence Guindy is one of the busiest area of Chennai.. and many IT companies and many large scale, medium scale and small scale industries were located here.. About more than Five lakh people pass by the Guindy Route.. And Guindy also acts as an Centre place for the public to change the Routes from Tambaram, Adyar, St.Thomas Mount, Velachery, Vadapalani, Ambattur, Avadi, Saidapet, Madipakkam, Porur, Poonamallee, MountRoad etc or even to mofussil palces..and get into another bus or train here... But there is no possible place for the pedestrians to cross the road and get to the other side of the road..The Subway near to the Guindy Railway station is located so long from this place, so the people avoid using this... Today many people, even ladies and oldage people were seen to jump the centre median and cross the road, so it leads to many accidents.. Hence, I request NHAI Officials to make an FOOT - OVER BRIDGE for the pedestrians across the Guindy main road, Connecting MKN road junction to the Thiran Chinamalai Statue... And i seriously assure that this Foot- Over Bridge will be surely useful for the Pedestrians henceforth... Im very thankful to the Autrhorities, if they act soon towards my request and do appropriate action immediately...
Your firozabad -tundla toll plaza employees are charging double fare from us because we entered into the wrong lane *fastag lane That doesn't mean they will charge double and then also, the bill shows double side fare why it's not mention there there should be more cash lane or could be equal lanes

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