Chapman’s Peak Drive: Toll Tariff Increase 2016

Thursday, 30 June 2016 12:37
Chapman’s Peak Drive: Toll Tariff Increase 2016
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Updated 4/18/2021 04:47:50
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The annual increase of the Chapman’s Peak Drive toll tariff fees will take effect on 1 July 2016.

The increase arises from a contractual arrangement between the Department of Transport and Public Works and the Concessionaire.

Discount tariffs are still applicable to users who have pre-registered with the concessionaire operator and who maintain a minimum balance of R50.00 in their accounts. Discount tariffs are only applicable to non-commercial use only.

For a light motor vehicle, the toll will start now start at R42 for one way for individual trips.

Please see the new tariff schedule below or Click Here for full details.

Description Tariff
Motor Cycle/ Motor Tricycle/ Motor Quad bike * R27.00
Light Motor Vehicles/Minibus and Utility Vehicle R42.00
Minibus Taxi (Pre-registered) R21.00
Midibus and Small Heavy Motor Vehicles R169.00
Bus/Medium Heavy Motor Vehicle R422.00
Heavy Motor Vehicle R422.00

* Wild Card only applicable for Category 2 vehicles

The following vehicles are exempted from paying toll fees:

  • South African Police Service motor vehicles in the performance of duty
  • South African National Defence Force motor vehicles in the performance of duty
  • Western Cape Provincial Administration emergency vehicles and Traffic Police motor vehicles in the performance of duty
  • City of Cape Town emergency services vehicles and Traffic Police motor vehicles in performance of duty
  • Ambulances used for an ambulance service licensed in terms of the Western Cape Ambulance Services Act, 2012 (Act 3 of 2010) used in the performance of ambulance services
  • Fire-fighting vehicles as defined in section 1 of the National Road Traffic Act, 1996 (Act 93 of 1996) used in the performance of fire-fighting services
  • Rescue vehicles as defined in section 1 of the National Road Traffic Act,1996  (Act 93 of 1996) used in the performance of rescuing services

The following motor vehicles are prohibited from using the road:

Travelling in a direction from north to south (Hout Bay to Noordhoek)

  • Heavy motor vehicles
  • Articulated vehicles

Travelling in a direction from south to north (Noordhoek to Hout Bay)

  • Heavy motor vehicles
  • Category 3, Category 4 and Category 5 motor vehicles
  • Any motor vehicle exceeding 2,1 metres in width

Please click here for all new tariffs – effective 1 July 2016

Frequent Users who are signed up and registered active users of Chapman’s Peak Drive, receive an SMS notification when #Chappies is closed.  You can sign up at the Toll Plaza during office hours Mon - Fri 08h00 - 17h00.

 

  • Read More about Chapman’s Peak Drive Frequent Users here.
  • See Tariffs  for all classes here
  • As in life….Terms and Conditions apply!

 


Chapman’s Peak Drive Toll Plaza Office Hours:

The Toll Plaza is open Monday - Friday from 08h00 - 17h00 for registration as a Frequent User.
Address: Toll Plaza, Chapman’s Peak Drive, Hout Bay, Cape Town
Plaza Tel: 021 791 8220

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About Chapman's Peak Drive

  • Chapman’s Peak Drive toll road winds its way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip of South Africa. Chapman’s Peak Drive is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world.

    Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known as #Chappies.