SINGAPORE - From May 30 to June 28, Electronic Road Pricing (ERP) rates and Vehicle Entry Permit (VEP) operating hours for the upcoming June holidays will be reduced.
After the adjustment, new ERP rates at some roads and expressways during the specified time periods will be reduced by $1, except where the current ERP rate is $0.50.
These expressways include the Pan Island Expressway along Adam Road and Mount Pleasant and Ayer Rajah Expressway (Tuas) after North Buona Vista.
The rates will revert to the pre-school holiday period from June 29 onwards. They will remain unchanged for the other gantries.
The next ERP rate review will take place in August.
During the June holiday period, the VEP operating hours will end earlier at 12pm on weekdays, instead of 5pm.
Drivers of foreign-registered cars and motorcycles need not pay any VEP fees for the day if they drive into Singapore after 12pm and leave by 2am the following day on weekdays. VEP fees remain non-chargeable on Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays.