The Deputy Prime Minister of North Macedonia to the European Union, Bojan Maricic, said that highway tolls will not be abolished, but payment methods will be modernized.
Deputy Prime Minister for European Affairs Bojan Maricic said that tolls in the country need to be modernized and aligned with EU policy, and the aim is to avoid congestion on the roads.
The aim is to comply with EU policy until membership, Maric said, “We must have complete digitization of toll booths. This does not mean that there will be no work, but wages will become digital. When you travel to other countries, like all countries, you can see it and it You pay at check-in and even electronically. So it won’t be removed, but the payment method will be updated. The goal is to ensure that the roads are not congested.” He said.
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