New AutoPASS-tag and new customer number for customers in Haugalandspakken and Bomringen i Kristiansand

Veronica Solås News

Information about new AutoPASS-tag and new customer number All toll projects in the counties of Agder, Rogaland and Vestland are now gathered in the toll company Ferde AS. We therefore want to bring together all the AutoPASS customers in one customer register. New customer number All existing AutoPASS agreements with Ferde AS – Haugalandspakken and Ferde  – Bomringen i Kristiansand …

Ferde’s cases must be seen in their context

Veronica Solås News

The recent media cases about Ferde must be seen in the context of the very special situation Ferde was in at the end of 2017 and the start of 2018. The connection is too poorly presented by NRK’s ​​articles, which thus appears too little nuanced.

Ryfylketunnelen is open for trafic from 30/12/19

Veronica Solås News

Ryfylketunnelen åpnet for trafikk mandag 30.12.19 kl 12:00, mens Hundvåg og Eiganestunnelen åpner senere. Den offisielle åpningen av Ryfast blir markert når alle tunnelene åpnes.

Closed November 22. from 12:00

Veronica Solås News

Our office closes at 12:00 today, and our telephone and reseption will not be open. If you want to send us a written inquiery, you can use our contact form. 

Toll collection for Nordhordlandspakken starts from 01/12/19

Veronica Solås News

Den 1. desember 2019 kl 00:00 starter innkrevingen av bompenger for Nordhordlandspakken. Det kreves inn bompenger i begge retninger i følgende bomstasjoner: E39 Flatøy – avkjøring mot Flatøy/ påkjøring mot Bergen, E39 Flatøy Nord. E39 Mundalsberget og Fv.57 Isdalstø.

Ferde collected NOK 2.4 billion in the first full-year as a regional toll company

Veronica Solås News

190 million toll road registrations provided an amount of NOK 2 424 million in revenues to Ferde in 2018. A total of 23 toll companies were in 2018 merged into the company, which will finance road projects from Aust-Agder in the south-east, to Sogn and Fjordane in the north-west. Operating expenses amounted to NOK 268 million, resulting in a cost-to-income …