18 Jan '12, 8am

S$159m collected from ERP gantries for FY2010

SINGAPORE: Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) gantries collected a total of S$159 million for the Financial Year 2010. In the 2009 Financial Year, the amount was S$149 million. And for the period up to end-October of 2011, the amount stood at S$97 million. Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew gave this update in response to questions from Non-constituency MP Mrs Lina Chiam. He stressed that the gantries are tools to manage congestion and are not meant to generate revenue. The gantry at Nicoll Highway collected the highest amount. It collected S$32,000 based on the week-day average in a typical month.. The gantry at Upper Boon Keng Road collected the lowest amount at S$130. Non-Constituency MP Yee Jenn Jong asked Mr Lui will there be any plans to scrap gantries that collect significantly lower amounts than others. In his reply, Mr Lui said: "The reason why we need some of these cordo...

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