Brisbane City Council is proposing a toll credit scheme for local residents to help alleviate the construction impacts associated with the Brisbane Metro project.
We’ve announced changes to the support provided under our Toll Credit Program.
The following tolls will increase in line with the Brisbane Consumer Price Index (BCPI) on 1 July 2020, while AirportLinkM7 tolls won’t change until 1 January 2021. This annual adjustment is set at BCPI for the life of Transurban Queensland’s franchise agreement with the State Government and concession deeds with the Brisbane City Council.‡
We’re evolving our Toll Credit program to focus on customers who are experiencing financial difficulty due to COVID-19.
The impacts of COVID-19 are being felt right across Australia. At Linkt, we’re here to help and have expanded our Linkt Assist program to take care of customers who need it most.
The impacts of COVID-19 are being felt across the country, changing the way we work, socialise and travel.
We’re working hard to ensure that we continue to support our customers both on and off the road.
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Tolls for travel on AirportlinkM7 in Brisbane will increase in line with the annual Brisbane Consumer Price Index (BCPI) from 1 January 2020.
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