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31 August 2018

Tariff at the new M-11 Highway section bypassing Solnechnogorsk and Klin is only two rubles per kilometer

The movement of vehicles will be opened on September 1, 2018 at 00.00 at the section of 58th km-97th km of the new M-11 Moscow – Saint-Petersburg Highway. The road section will allow getting around the city of Solnechnogorsk and Klin in the Moscow Region, thus reducing the travel time fr om half an hour to several hours -- depending on the trip time.

The length of the new section is about 40 km. Full fare for transport vehicles of the first category (including cars) in the daytime is 100 rubles when paying in cash or by credit card. When using a transponder, it’s 80 rubles. And it’ll be even less, up to 72 rubles, subject to discounts given to members of the loyalty program (3%, 5%, or 10%) -- owners of T-pass transponders. In fact, every kilometer of the road in the Moscow region will cost less than two rubles for a regular user! Two off-ramps are built at the new road section – to the Pyatnitskoye Highway and to the Moscow Big Ring Road. The toll for the section of 58th km-67th km is 20 rubles, for the section of 58th km-89th km is 80 rubles. These are the amounts to be paid in cash or by card in the afternoon for transport vehicles of the first category, the use of any transponder will give an additional 20% discount. Full tariff table is available on the website

The permitted speed on the road is 110 km/h, later it will be increased to 130 km/h. Therefore, it will take less than half an hour to bypass Solnechnogorsk and Klin, wh ere drivers used to lose a lot of time. In order to approach Klin to the M-10 Highway or drive off to the new M-11 section, you will have to use a specially built 5.6-kilometer section; no charges will be made for transiting the road.

Important! At the TCP on the 97th km of the M-11, the drivers can only head towards the M-10 Federal Highway, to enter the M-11 on the road from Klin is possible only through the Moscow Ring Road (A-108 Moscow Big Ring Road) and the TCP on the 90th km. This is a temporary solution, entry and exit roads will operate in both directions after opening of the next section from the 97th to the 149th km.

It is worth remembering that in order to use all possibilities of the T-pass transponder and transit the entire highway from the Moscow Ring Road to Klin, it’s required to personalize the transponder and enable the interoperability function. You can do it yourself, the instruction is available on the website