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What the toll goes to

The toll goes to finance city packages, road sections, bridges or tunnels.

The city packages include Kristiansand, Nord-Jæren, Haugaland, Bergen and Førde.
Two of them (Nord-Jæren and Bergen) have established urban growth agreements in connection with the city packages, where the tolls are included as part of the development of pedestrian and bicycle paths and public transport, in addition to road development.


The urban environment package is a package of projects and measures that will make it easier for people to get around the region. The municipalities that are part of Nord-Jæren are Stavanger, Sandnes, Sola and Randaberg. Until the end of 2033, better roads will be built for public transport and for those who cycle, walk and drive a car. The goals of the Urban Environment Package are zero growth in passenger transport by car and good accessibility for all road user groups, especially those who travel by public transport, cycle and walk, and for commercial transport. The toll helps to finance this and is used for pedestrian and bicycle paths, public transport lanes and road development, including four-lane roads on E39.


The environmental promise is the collective term for the urban growth agreement in Bergen and the toll package. Over the next 20 years, urban railways, safer and better roads, cycle paths, sidewalks and environmental streets will be built. The purpose is less car traffic and less traffic jams in rush hour.

In Bergen, the toll goes to Bybanen construction phase 4 to Fyllingsdalen, Bybanen construction phase 5 to Åsane, Hjellestadvegen, road and cycle path with sidewalks and public transport to the west. In addition, it contributes to smaller queues, better air quality, alternatives to using a car, more efficient and predictable traffic flow. You also continue to pay for realized projects, including four field roads in the western entrance, public transport lanes, pedestrian and bicycle paths, upgrading of streets and securing of school roads.

Read more in the annual report for 2020.