Stretch from Perambalur and terminating at Thanjavur : National Highway No.226 Extn., (New NH 136) in the State of Tamil Nadu to the State Government of Tamil Nadu

Stretch from Perambalur and terminating at Thanjavur : National Highway No.226 Extn., (New NH 136) in the State of Tamil Nadu to the State Government of Tamil Nadu 


New Delhi, the 11th September, 2020

Perambalur and terminating at Thanjavur

S.O. 3107(E).—Whereas by notification of the Government of India in the Ministry of Road Transport and Highways number S.O.1401(E) dated 31st May 2013, issued under section 5 of the National Highways Act, 1956 (48 of 1956), the Central Government, entrusted the stretch from Perambalur and terminating at Thanjavur (from km 0.000 to km 66.200) of National Highway No.226 Extn., (New NH 136) in the State of Tamil Nadu to the State Government of Tamil Nadu.


Now, therefore in exercise of the powers conferred by section 7 of the National Highways Act, 1956 (48 of 1956), read with Rule 3 of the National Highways Fee (Determination of Rates and Collection) Rules, 2008 (hereinafter referred to as the ―rules‖), the Central Government hereby levies the fee on mechanical vehicles at sixty percent of the rate specified in columns (2) of the Table 1 for net road section length of 61.01 kilometre on type of vehicles specified in column (1) of Table 1 below of Perambalur – Thanjavur section from Design Km 0.000 to Km 24.370, Km 29.210 – 38.000 and Km 38.350 – 66.200 ( existing Km 0.000 to Km 66.200) of National Highway number 226 Extn., (New NH 136) in the State of Tamil Nadu and authorizes the National Highway Authority of India to collect, either through its officials or through a contractor, the said fee, namely:-


Type of Vehicle

Base rate of fee per Km for the base year 2007-08

(in Rupees)



Car, Jeep, Van or Light Motor Vehicle


Light Commercial Vehicle, Light Goods Vehicle or Mini Bus


Bus or Truck (Two Axles)


Three Axle Commercial Vehicles.


Heavy Construction Machinery (HCM) or Earth Moving Equipment (EME) or Multi Axle Vehicle(MAV)(Four to Six Axles)


Oversized Vehicles (Seven or more Axles)


1. The fee levied and collected hereunder shall be due and payable at the following Fee Plaza for net road length specified for such Fee Plaza;

Table – 2

Location of Fee Plaza (Chainage)

Length (in Km) for which Fee is payable

Rate at which fee is payable

At Km 7/6, near village

Perali in Perambalur District of NH-226 Extn

61.01 Km.

60% for two lane/two lane with paved shoulder, of the base rates mentioned in Table-1 above

2. The rate of monthly pass, for a person who owns a mechanical vehicle registered for non- commercial purposes and resides within a distance of twenty kilometers from the fee plaza is Rs.265.00 (Rupees Two Hundred sixty five only) for the year 2019-20 and is subject to revision every year as per the provisions of the National Highways Fee (Determination of Rates and Collection) Rules.

3. For multiple journeys on the highway section, passes shall be issued at the following rates, namely:

Table – 3

Amount Payable

Maximum number of one way journeys allowed

Period of Validity

One and half times of the fee for one way journey


Twenty four hours from the time of payment

Two-third of amount of the fee payable for fifty single journeys


One month from date of payment

4. Fee for commercial vehicle (excluding vehicles plying under National permit) registered in the district where the fee plaza falls shall be 50% of the prescribed rate for that category of vehicle provided no service road or alternative road is available for use of such commercial vehicles.

5. The driver or owner or a person in charge of a Mechanical vehicle which is loaded in excess of permissible load specified for its category, shall be liable to pay fee for entering the overloaded vehicle on the National Highway to the fee collecting agency, equal to the fee specified in sub – rule 1A of rule 10 of the said rules, and shall not be entitled to make use of the highway section unless the excess load has been removed from such mechanical vehicle.


6. All definitions including category of mechanical vehicles, its permissible load, category of exempted vehicles, service road, alternative road etc., shall be as per definitions specified in the said rules.

7. The fee rates shall be displayed for information of the users in accordance with rules 12 of the said rules.

8. Based on the base rate of fee per km for the base year 2007-08 as mentioned in Table–1 above, the actual amount of fee to be charged from the mechanical vehicles and the discounts will be calculated by the National Highways Authority of India on the basis of the completed length of the section and revised annually in accordance with the rule 5 of the said rules and the same shall be published in at least one newspaper, each in English and vernacular language.

9. The Estimated Capital cost of the project is Rupees 162.13 Crore [The capital cost is subject to variation as the activities of land acquisition, utility shifting, tree cutting, etc. are yet to be completed and the final capital cost will be notified separately]. The National Highways Authority of India shall maintain a record of the recovery of capital cost through user fee realized and after recovery of the capital cost, the fee leviable shall be reduced to 40% of the rates and shall be revised annually in accordance with the said rules.

[F. No. CE-RO/Chennai/MoRTH/12014/216/2018-19]

नोट :- हमारे वेबसाइट पर ऐसी जानकारी रोजाना आती रहती है, तो आप ऐसी ही सरकारी योजनाओं की जानकारी पाने के लिए हमारे वेबसाइट से जुड़े रहे। 


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