GO toll rates 2024

Total rates 2024 including external costs

The total rate for vehicles with a maximum technically permissible laden mass of more than 3.5 tonnes is made up of the infrastructure costs (differentiated according to CO₂ emission classes), the surcharge for traffic-related air pollution and noise pollution (differentiated according to EURO emission classes) and the CO₂ emission surcharge.
In addition, the amount of the toll depends on the number of axles and the toll section travelled.
On the A 13 Brenner motorway section toll segment, a separate night rate also applies between 10:00 p.m. and 5:00 a.m.

Toll for vehicles over 3.5 tonnes maximum technically permissible laden mass

valid from 1.1.2024

incl. surcharges for air and noise pollution and CO₂ emissions (external costs)



2 axles

Category 2

3 axles

Category 3

4 and more axles

Category 4+

CO₂ emission class 5zero emission0,05380,07410,1097
CO₂ emission class 4EURO VI0,21400,29870,4445
CO₂ emission class 3EURO VI0,22590,31510,4693
CO₂ emission class 2EURO VI0,22650,31600,4705
CO₂ emission class 1EURO VI0,22780,31770,4730
CO₂ emission class 1EURO V and EEV0,24080,33770,4990
CO₂ emission class 1EURO IV0,25680,35570,5250
CO₂ emission class 1EURO 0 - III0,27080,37670,5540

Rates in Euro per kilometer, excl. 20% VAT

Section toll segments and A 12

Separate rates apply on section toll segments and A 12

These are our section toll segments:

  • A 9 Pyhrn motorway (tunnels Gleinalm- and Bosruck) 
  • A 10 Tauern motorway (tunnels Tauern- and Katschberg) 
  • A 11 Karawanken motorway (tunnel Karawanken) 
  • A 13 Brenner motorway 
  • S 16 Arlberg expressway (tunnel Arlberg) 

A 12 Inntal motorway:

For the A 12, an increased rate (+25 % on the basic kilometre rate) applies on the Unterinntal section (state border at Kufstein to Innsbruck-Amras junction).