The Junta has bumped up the costs by an average 1.91%, affecting three main roads; the AP-4 Sevilla-Cadiz, the AP-46 Alto de las Pedrizas-Malaga and the AP-7 from Malaga to Estepona.
The increase in cost is no more than 30 cents on any of the routes.
The AP-7 Malaga-Estepona route will see prices increase for habitual users from €7.65 to €7.80.
Special tariff drivers – non-habitual drivers who use the road during the peak season – will have to pay €12.58 per trip, a 23 cent increase from €12.35.
Special tariffs will apply from June to September and during Semana Santa
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