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CAPUFE announced that the highway rate in Mexico will increase by 3% on average… what are they?
They better consider these increases for the next vacation. CAPUFE announced that as of next November 15, the rate for highways and bridges under its management will increase in Mexico.
Why or what? They claim that the increase in rates is for “cover the expenses associated with the operation and conservation of the operated sections“.
CAPUFE highways will cost more starting November 15
Be very careful with this information so that it doesn’t catch you off guard. CAPUFE (Federal Roads and Bridges) announced that as of the first second of Wednesday, November 15, 2023, there will be an increase in the rates of the highways and bridges it operates.
It is a “tariff leveling” of 3% on average. They explain that the money will be used to cover the operating and maintenance expenses of the sections.
But which highways are going to have an increase and by how much? Let’s go in parts because there are several.
- Starting November 15, the Cuernavaca-Acapulco route will cost 603 pesos for cars and 301 pesos for motorcycles. Previously it was 585 for cars and 292 for motorcycles.
- Mexico-Cuernavaca will cost 140 pesos for cars and 70 pesos for motorcycles. It was 136 pesos for cars and 68 pesos for motorcycles.
- In Mexico-Querétaro, cars will have to pay 204 pesos and 102 pesos for motorcycles. Previously, cars paid 198 pesos and motorcycles 99.
- Mexico-Puebla will cost 204 pesos for cars and 102 pesos for motorcycles. It was 198 pesos for cars and 99 for motorcycles.
- The Poniente Bypass of Acapulco will go to 53 pesos for cars and 26 pesos for motorcycles. It was 51 pesos for cars and 25 for motorcycles.
But don’t think you are the only ones. Here we leave you the link of all the highways and sections that will increase in price starting next November 15.
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