Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway: Toll tax to be charged from today. Check how much you need to pay

Beginning on Monday, commuters using the Karnataka districts of Bengaluru and Mysuru will be required to pay toll rates. The National Authority of India (NHAI) notified the highway toll fees for cars.

For the initial section of the motorway from Bengaluru to Nidaghatta in the Mandya district, the toll will be collected at the Sheshagirihalli toll plaza. According to the officials, the 143-km trip from Bengaluru to Mysuru may be completed in about 1.5 hours or less, depending on the speed of the vehicle. They also noted that the project’s delay was caused by the land acquisition procedure.


According to the authorities, cars will pay a toll levy of $135 for a single trip and $205 if they are returning the same day. Upon the opening of the second stretch, it may rise to a maximum of 250.

Check out the toll fee category-wise below:

Vehicle category Single journey fee Return journey fee Fee for paying traffic
(local commercial vehicles)
Monthly pass fee
(50 single journeys a month)
Car/Jeep/Van 135 205 70 4525
Truck/Bus (2 axle) 460 690 230 15,325
Mini bus/LCV/LGV 220 330 110 7,315
Commercial vehicle
(3 axle)
500 750 250 16,715
Heavy construction machinery

(4-6 axle)

720 1,080 360 24,030
Oversized vehicle
(7 or more axle)
880 1,315 440 29,255

“The National Highways Authority of India headquarters has issued an order to start collecting the toll, and the major carriage of six-laning of the Bengaluru-Nidaghatta Section of NH-275 is complete. The decision to start collecting the toll on February 28, 2023 at 8 am was made following a meeting with the Deputy Commissioner and Superintendent of Police Ramanagara, according to the notification, which was obtained by the Mysuru daily.

The highway project consists of two packages; the first runs for around 56 km from Bengaluru to Nidaghatta in the Maddur taluk, while the second runs for 61 km from Nidaghatta to Mysuru.