ERP Rates for Cars
Picture shows an ERP gantry point.
Previous ERP rates
Evening ERP on northbound CTE from 1 Aug 2005
Changes to Vehicle Entry Permit scheme for visitors from 6
|Reduction in VEP fees from S$30 to S$20 a
day for foreign motorists driving foreign-registered cars into Singapore.
|Reduction in the VEP operating hours on
weekdays for the 6 December to 31 December 2004 period. The VEP will end at
12.00 noon instead of 7.00 pm.
|Reduction in the fixed priced ERP charges
from S$10 to S$5 a day, for visiting motorists who choose to use ERP-priced
roads during ERP operating hours but do not have In-Vehicle Units (IUs) in
The normal toll charges for foreign-registered
cars will still apply.
Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) to ease congestion on the Central
Expressway (CTE) will only be introduced after the opening of
the North-East MRT Line, scheduled for this December, said
Transport Minister YEO Cheow Tong when he opened Singapore's
first air-conditioned bus interchange in Toa Payoh Central
yesterday. (Straits Times 20 May 2002) (3)
Monday, motorists driving past five expressway gantries between
9am and 9.30am will have to pay higher Electronic Road Pricing
(ERP) charges. An LTA statement yesterday said the new
charges are as follows: AYE and the three CTE gantries south of
Braddell Road S$1, PIE slip-road into the CTE S$1.50. The S$0.50
charge at the PIE Adam Road gantry has been scrapped from today.
Times 30 Jan 2002) (H2)
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