FBiH Motorways: Single toll collection system with Croatian Motorways as of July 1

The single toll collection system between Croatian Motorways and FBiH Motorways will start as of July 1. All ACC TAG device users will be able to use their TAG device to drive through the Croatian motorway network with prior registration of the device at one of the toll stations. The same applies to drivers from Croatia in the Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, but they will have to have funds paid for the ACC TAG device.

Acting Executive Director for Management and Maintenance of FBiH Motorways, Mirko Rogić, said on Wednesday that this process was launched on July 23 last year and it required a lot of work and patience because the story itself is very complicated.

He states that the story does not end here, but that already on Tuesday they will continue to work on the improvement of this system.

He also pointed out that they started the cooperation with the Roads of the Republic of Serbia, and that they signed a Memorandum on Cooperation and exchanged certain documents.

Rogić explained that our billing system is the youngest and best in the region, so it supports all these system changes in Croatia.

He also stated that 95 percent of the revenue comes from toll collection, which amounts to 57 million KM per year.

He explained that the users will submit an identity card – natural persons, company information (ID, VAT) – legal person/tradesman, car registration certificate and ACC TAG device to the sales office.

As for the payment, FBiH Motorways emphasized that it will be linked to the bank card with the ACC TAGG device and that funds will be taken from the account every time it passes.

He pointed out that the device is not compatible with the Bina-Istra and Zagreb-Macelj motorway networks in the Republic of Croatia.

FBiH Motorways emphasized that the activation of partner TAG devices on Croatian motorways is possible at all toll points of FBiH Motorways.