The project, prepared by the Ministry of Infrastructure in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance, will allow the collection of tolls to be stopped on state-run highways.
From July 1, highway tolls will be abolished in Poland.
Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki announced that today the government has adopted a bill providing free travel on Polish highways without charging any tolls.
The project, which was prepared by the Ministry of Infrastructure in cooperation with the Ministry of Finance, will allow stopping the collection of tolls on state-run highways.
The abolition of highway tolls is one of the three items put forward by the Law and Justice party during the country’s recent elections.
“We build highways to serve people in the first place, not to make a money-making machine,” said Moravecchi. “So the open gates are the best symbol of our policy.”
For his part, Polish Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk stressed that “there will be no tolls on highways in Poland.”