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STAVROPOL, October 4 (Itar-Tass) —— Revenues of the Avtodor State Company from the operation of the first toll segment of the M4 Don route in the Lipetsk region in 2011 will exceed the forecast by 100-150 million rubles, Avtodor CEO Sergei Kostin said on the sidelines of the “Roads of Russia – 21st Century” forum on Tuesday.
“We planned to collect 350 million rubles this year. It seems the target was hit in September,” he said. “In all, we may collect 450-500 million rubles in 2011.”
The toll segment of the route was put into service on December 6, 2010. It is 50 kilometers long.
Kostin said that 100 more kilometers of Russian roads would become toll next year.