Operators of Highway 2000 are seeking an increase in their toll rates from the Ministry of Transport.
According to a release from the Ministry, the proposed increases range between 9 per cent and 26 per cent.
However, the highway authority is seeking to provide a discount to motorists who use the Portmore and Spanish Town toll plazas after their 10th trip.
Robian Williams tells us more.
A motorist travelling through the Portmore Toll Plaza with a Class one vehicle, will pay three-hundred and forty dollars up from two-hundred and ninety .
A Class two vehicle using the same plaza will now pay five-hundred and fifty dollars, up from four-hundred and 70, while a class three will pay one-thousand and 20 dollars.
For the Spanish Town Toll Plaza, a Class one vehicle will attract a toll fee of two-hundred and forty dollars, up thirty dollars, while the driver of a Class two vehicle will be charged three-hundred and 70 and owners of Class three vehicles will have to pay six-hundred and eighty.
At the Vineyard Town Plaza, the new rates are six-hundred dollars for Class one, nine-hundred for Class two and one-thousand-eight-hundred for Class three.
Drivers travelling through the May Pen Toll Plaza will potentially pay one-hundred and 90 for Class one, three-hundred for Class two and five-hundred and seventy for Class three.
However, users of the Portmore Toll Plaza can receive a discounted rate of two-hundred and 88 dollars after their tenth passage for Class one vehicles and four-hundred and 68 for Class two.
Class one vehicles travelling through the Spanish Town Toll will also receive a discounted rate of two-hundred and eighteen dollars after their 10th passage while Class Two will pay three-hundred and 33 dollars.
No discounts were proposed for Class 3 vehicles.
Members of the public have five days within which to provide feedback, with the adjustments likely to take effect next Saturday July 2.