Toll is collected based on a contract, which include the terms and conditions of issuance of Passes to the residents of nearby areas and toll charges fixed for various.
There is a contract in place for collecting tolls. This contract specifies the terms and conditions of the issuance of Passes to local residents and the amount of toll to be charged for each type of vehicle. Contracts for agreed maintenance periods are usually for a specific period of time or for an amount to cover construction costs, annuities, operating costs, and profits. It is possible for the agencies to continue collecting toll charges long after the agreed terms have expired.
In some cases, an agreement is for a specific period of time, but construction costs are collected within the first one or two years of the agreement. However, the agency continues to collect the same toll charges from citizens despite the fact that the authority regulating such toll collection estimated and fixed the toll charges incorrectly. When time is of the essence in such contracts, it is necessary for the public authority to reassess and fix toll charges accordingly. Those who pay toll charges have the right to know the details of the contract, as well as any discrepancies or illegalities.