18 Jan '12, 10am

The Govt collected a total of S$159 million from ERP gantries in FY2010

SINGAPORE - The Government collected a total of S$159 million from Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) gantries in FY2010. This was S$10 million more than the amount ERP gantries collected in FY2009. In FY2011, up to end-October 2011, the amount stood at S$97 million. Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew gave this update today in response to questions from Non-constituency Member of Parliament (NCMP) Lina Chiam. He stressed, however, the gantries are tools to manage congestion and are not meant to generate revenue. ERP rates are reviewed every quarter based on traffic conditions, he said. Comparing the average weekday takings among gantries, Mr Lui revealed that the Nicoll Highway gantry collected the highest amount of S$32,000 a day while the Upper Boon Keng Road gantry collected the lowest amount of S$130. Questioned by NCMP Yee Jenn Jong if there would be plans to scrap gantries c...

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S$159m collected from ERP gantries for FY2010

channelnewsasia.com 18 Jan '12, 8am

SINGAPORE: Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) gantries collected a total of S$159 million for the Financial Year 2010. In the 2...

About $150 million collected in ERP every year

About $150 million collected in ERP every year

straitstimes.com 18 Jan '12, 9am

The Government has collected more than $400 million in Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) charges from drivers over the last th...