Colombia does not have room for one more toll unless, as in certain highways of the country, each station is located less than 100 kilometers away.
It is an unusual fact compared with the operation and distribution of this type of toll in other Latin American countries or large roads such as those in the United States or Canada.
The national territory registers 168 toll booths, which are part of private concessions, while others are administered by the National Roads Institute (Invias).
The local rate is in fifth place compared to other countries in the region, with a value of . . .