Understand fees, regulations, exemptions, and purposes to support infrastructure development and transportation sustainability.

A Transport Levy is a fee or tax imposed on transportation-related activities to fund infrastructure development, maintenance, or other associated costs.

Common activities include road usage, vehicle registration, fuel consumption, and public transportation.

The calculation varies but often depends on factors such as distance traveled, vehicle type, or fuel consumption.

Exemptions or reductions may apply for specific categories of vehicles, such as electric vehicles, or certain users, depending on local regulations.

Enforcement typically involves checks during vehicle registration, toll collection, or fuel purchases, with penalties for non-compliance.

It depends on the jurisdiction. Funds may be allocated to specific projects, general maintenance, or improvements to transportation infrastructure.