The new rules will likewise guarantee consistent progression of traffic at the toll plazas by not permitting vehicles to line up in excess of 100 meters. For this reason, a yellow line at a space of 100 meters from the toll booth will be marked in each toll path, the NHAI said, adding that this is to instill a further feeling of responsibility in toll plazas administrators.
As per the Ministry, holding up time at toll plazas has decreased radically after the execution of the FASTag. Noticing that despite the fact that at a large portion of the toll plazas, there is no holding up time after the required 100% FASTag, the NHAI said, "and still, at the end of the day if there is a line of holding up vehicles of in excess of 100 meters because of some cause, the vehicles will be permitted to pass without paying toll till the line goes in close area to 100 meters from the toll booth".
The NHAI said as social distancing has become the new standard, travelers are progressively viewing at FASTag as a toll payment choice as it invalidates the odds of any human contact between the drivers and the toll administrators.