Toll Tariff Adjustment 

SANRAL (South African National Roads Agency) is adjusting toll tariffs in line with Consumer Price Index as of 1 March 2019.
The details below are only for explanatory purposes and does not replace the government gazette.
Please note the following changes:

  • Toll Tariff adjustment
  • Frequent User Discount (Monthly Cap) adjustment for the Gauteng e-roads.

In light of the new tariffs, the agency advises all road users to amend their low balance threshold online at under Manage SANRAL Account so that it can notify customers when their account balance runs low.
Standard toll tariffs at conventional toll plazas

N1 Huguenot Mainline R39.50 R110.00 R172.00 R278.00
Verkeerdevlei Mainline R57.00 R114.00 R172.00 R241.00
Vaal Mainline R66.50 R125.00 R150.00 R200.00
Grasmere Mainline R20.00 R60.00 R70.00 R92.00
Ramp (S) R10.00 R30.00 R35.00 R46.00
Ramp (N) R10.00 R30.00 R35.00 R46.00
Stormvoël Ramp R9.50 R23.00 R27.00 R32.00
Zambesi Ramp R11.00 R28.00 R32.00 R39.00
Pumulani Mainline R12.00 R30.00 R35.00 R42.00
Wallmansthal Ramp R5.60 R14.00 R16.50 R19.50
Murrayhill Ramp R11.00 R28.00 R33.00 R39.00
Hammanskraal Ramp R26.00 R89.00 R96.00 R111.00
Carousel Mainline R56.00 R150.00 R165.00 R191.00
Maubane Ramp R24.00 R65.00 R72.00 R83.00
Kranskop Mainline R45.00 R114.00 R153.00 187.00
Ramp R12.50 R33.00 R39.00 R59.00
Nyl Mainline R58.00 R108.00 R131.00 R175.00
Ramp R18.00 R33.00 R39.00 R50.00
Sebetiela Ramp R18.00 R33.00 R42.00 R56.00
Capricorn Mainline R46.50 R127.00 R149.00 R187.00
Baobab Mainline R45.00 R122.00 R168.00 R202.00
R30/R730/R34 Brandfort Mainline R45.50 R91.00 R137.00 R193.00
N2 Tsitsikamma Mainline R53.00 R133.00 R319.00 R450.00
Ramp R53.00 R133.00 R319.00 R450.00
Izotsha Ramp R9.50 R17.00 R23.00 R39.00
Oribi Mainline R29.50 R53.00 R73.00 R118.00
Ramp (S) R13.50 R25.00 R34.00 R53.00
Ramp (N) R16.00 R28.00 R39.00 R73.00
Umtentweni Ramp R12.50 R22.00 R31.00 R50.00
King Shaka Airport Ramp R6.00 R12.00 R19.00 R25.00
oThongathi Mainline R11.50 R24.00 R31.00 R45.00
Ramp (S) R5.50 R12.00 R16.00 R23.00
Ramp (N) R5.50 R12.00 R16.00 R23.00
Mvoti Mainline R13.50 R38.00 R51.00 R76.00
Mandini Ramp R7.50 R14.00 R17.00 R23.00
Dokodweni Ramp R20.00 R39.00 R45.00 R62.00
Mtunzini Mainline R46.50 R89.00 R106.00 R158.00
Ramp (S) R38.50 R72.00 R87.00 R125.00
Ramp (N) R8.50 R17.00 R20.00 R33.00
N3 Mariannhill Mainline R12.00 R22.00 R27.00 R42.00
Mooi Mainline R51.00 R125.00 R176.00 R238.00
Ramp (S) R36.00 R88.00 R123.00 R167.00
Ramp (N) R15.00 R38.00 R53.00 R71.00
Treverton Ramp R15.00 R38.00 R53.00 R71.00
Bergville Ramp R22.00 R26.00 R48.00 R73.00
Tugela Mainline R73.00 R121.00 R190.00 R264.00
Tugela East Ramp R45.00 R75.00 R111.00 R155.00
Wilge Mainline R69.00 R118.00 R157.00 R223.00
De Hoek Mainline R49.00 R77.00 R117.00 R168.00
N4 Pelindaba Mainline R6.00 R11.00 R16.00 R20.00
Quagga Mainline R4.50 R8.50 R12.00 R16.00
Swartruggens Mainline R75.00 R187.00 R227.00 R267.00
Kroondal Ramp R15.00 R36.00 R40.00 R47.00
Marikana Mainline R22.50 R53.00 R60.00 R71.00
Buffelspoort Ramp R15.00 R36.00 R40.00 R47.00
Brits Mainline R15.00 R52.00 R57.00 R67.00
K99 Ramp R15.00 R37.00 R43.00 R52.00
Doornpoort Mainline R15.00 R37.00 R43.00 R52.00
Donkerhoek Ramp R13.00 R18.00 R26.00 R49.00
Cullinan Ramp R16.00 R26.00 R38.00 R63.00
Diamond Hill Mainline R37.00 R52.00 R98.00   R162.00
Valtaki Ramp R29.00 R41.00 R59.00 R134.00
Ekandustria Ramp R22.00 R34.00 R46.00 R93.00
Middelburg Mainline R62.00 R134.00 R204.00 R268.00
Machado Mainline R93.00 R257.00 R374.00 R535.00
Nkomazi Mainline R70.00 R142.00 R206.00 R297.00
N17 Gosforth Mainline R12.50 R33.00 R37.00 R50.00
Ramp (W) R7.00 R14.00 R19.00 R24.00
Ramp (E) R5.50 R21.00 R23.00 R31.00
Dalpark Mainline R11.50 R24.00 R31.00 R42.00
Denne Ramp R10.00 R19.00 R25.00 R34.00
Leandra Mainline R36.50 R92.00 R138.00 R184.00
Ramp R22.00 R56.00 R83.00 R111.00
Trichardt Mainline R18.50 R46.00 R70.00 R92.00
Ermelo Mainline R33.00 R83.00 R124.00 R164.00

Discounts offered at specific toll plazas for frequent and local users still apply. Application for discounts can be made at the toll plaza offices.
Standard toll tariffs on the Gauteng e-roads
For transactions paid within the grace period

N1 1: Barbet R2.23 R3.71 R9.28 R18.55
2: Mossie R2.23 R3.71 R9.28 R18.55
3: Indlazi R2.16 R3.60 R9.00 R17.99
4: Pikoko R2.16 R3.60 R9.00 R17.99
5: Ivusi R2.05 R3.41 R8.53 R17.07
6: Flamingo R2.05 R3.41 R8.53 R17.07
7: Ihobe R2.49 R4.16 R10.39 R20.78
8: Sunbird R2.49 R4.16 R10.39 R20.78
9: Tarentaal R1.91 R3.19 R7.98 R15.95
10: Blouvalk R1.91 R3.19 R7.98 R15.95
11: Owl R2.38 R3.97 R9.91 R19.83
12: Pelican R2.38 R3.97 R9.91 R19.83
13: King Fisher R2.11 R3.52 R8.81 R17.62
14: Ukhozi R2.11 R3.52 R8.81 R17.62
15: Fiscal R1.87 R3.12 R7.79 R15.58
16: Stork R1.87 R3.12 R7.79 R15.58
17: Ilowe R0.45 R0.74 R1.86 R3.71
N3 18: Leeba R1.60 R2.67 R6.68 R13.36
19: Ibis R1.60 R2.67 R6.68 R13.36
20: Kiewiet R1.71 R2.86 R7.14 R14.28
21: Kwikkie R1.71 R2.86 R7.14 R14.28
22: Starling R1.83 R3.04 R7.61 R15.21
23: Rooivink R1.83 R3.04 R7.61 R15.21
24: Mpshe R1.47 R2.45 R6.12 R12.24
25: Oxpecker R1.47 R2.45 R6.12 R12.24
N12 28: Phakwe R1.65 R2.75 R6.86 R13.73
29: Thaha R2.34 R3.90 R9.74 R19.48
30: Lenong R2.49 R4.16 R10.39 R20.78
31: Lekgwaba R1.80 R3.01 R7.51 R15.03
32: Loerie R2.45 R4.08 R10.20 R20.41
33: Gull R2.45 R4.08 R10.20 R20.41
34: Ilanda R1.80 R3.01 R7.51 R15.03
35: Bee-eater R1.80 R3.01 R7.51 R15.03
47: Ugaga R2.05 R3.41 R8.53 R17.07
R21 37: Hadeda R1.80 R3.01 R7.51 R15.03
38: Ntsu R1.80 R3.01 R7.51 R15.03
39: Heron R2.20 R3.67 R9.17 R18.35
40: Bluecrane R2.20 R3.67 R9.17 R18.35
41: Swael R3.12 R5.19 R12.99 R25.97
42: Letata R3.12 R5.19 R12.99 R25.97
43: Swan R2.56 R4.27 R10.67 R21.33
44: Weaver R2.56 R4.27 R10.67 R21.33
45: Hornbill R1.36 R2.26 R5.66 R11.32

The time-of-day discount percentages for the different vehicle classes and the early payment discount applicable to alternate users remain unchanged.
Monthly caps are applicable per vehicle, provided the transaction is paid within the grace period.

Vehicle class Cap
A1 Motor cycles R153.00
A2 Light motor vehicles R276.00
B Small heavy motor vehicles R1 073.00
C Large heavy motor vehicles R3 556.00

Detailed information on toll tariffs, discounts and vehicle classes is available in Government Gazette, 42209 of 01 February 2019 on
Should you need any further assistance, please contact the SANRAL Customer Services:
Phone the Call Centre on 0800 726 725 (06h00-22h00)
Visit a Customer Service Centre located at most Toll Plazas and along the Gauteng Freeway

Savrala Seeks Legal Advice

“Following the Finance Minister’s announcement to continue with E-Tolling of Gauteng’s freeways in the budget speech on 22nd February, SAVRALA has expressed their disappointment and have now moved to consider a legal challenge to this action” says Wayne Duvenage, Vice President of SAVRALA.
Our position has been made clear over the past whereby the decision taken to toll our urban freeways in Gauteng is nothing short of being dismissive of a number of rights of the citizens of this country. Government’s role is to use its citizen’s taxes wisely, efficiently and to ensure that costs are minimised when providing services and the necessary infrastructure to conduct business. This has certainly not been the case here.
The user pay principal being bandied about as one of the motivations for the government’s decision in this regard is weak, inconsistent and flawed. This is not a case of Gauteng’s roads and Cape Town’s roads and Durban’s roads. These are ‘all our’ roads and we should not entertain this charade around why non-Gauteng citizens should not have to contribute to Gauteng’s roads. Gauteng citizens have no problem with the un-tolled freeway upgrades that other cities have enjoyed in the past. To go down this road means that every other city’s freeway upgrades going forward will suffer the same fate, something we know will not be entertained by our fellow citizens.
Furthermore the expenses to administer and enable e-tolling is extremely costly and an unnecessary burden to the citizens of Gauteng, who by the way, contribute more than their fair share of taxation and revenue to the national treasury and are in effect the funders of other provinces. To suggest that the gantries are up so we must just accept this is tantamount to throwing good money after bad. This is not a done deal.
SAVRALA has now taken further steps and progressed with seeking advice and legal opinion on its position. “Our decision to seek a legal route is not being taken lightly or flippantly,” says Duvenage, adding “We are also receiving numerous calls from other organisations, associations and individuals to support our challenge and are assessing options to incorporate these into a coordinated strategy”. Further announcements in this regard and the developments in our legal challenge will be released as and when these are able to be shared.