Prolonged exemption from tolls on AmberOne for vehicles providing humanitarian aid in connection with the war in Ukraine.

According to the received order of the Minister of Infrastructure, vehicles (categories 1-4) providing humanitarian aid in connection with Russian armed aggression in Ukraine, regardless of the country of registration of the vehicle, will be exempt from fees.

At the same time, from 1 June 2022, the collection of tolls for vehicles with Ukrainian license plates will resume on the AmberOne A1 Motorway, unless they are previously reported as providing help to Ukrainian citizens.

Rules for free travel of vehicles providing humanitarian aid to Ukraine: Please notify the journey 24 hours in advance to the address of [email protected] from which the confirmation of acceptance of the application will be sent The application must contain the registration numbers of vehicles and be confirmed by the organizer of the aid, i.e. state and local government institutions, public benefit organizations (associations, foundations), etc. Exemption from tolls for humanitarian aid can only take place in the traditional toll system, which means that gates with collection service should be used, where the driver is obliged to inform the collector about the received consent to travel.

The exemption from fees for the above-mentioned vehicles will apply until June 30, 2022.

Traffic is on two lanes in the direction of Gdansk and one lane in the direction of Łódź.

The Stanisławie junction is closed in the direction of Łódź.

The speed limit on the renovated section is 80 km/h.