The M-4 Don Motorway
The M-4 Don Motorway is a federal highway. It connects Moscow with Voronezh, Rostov-on-Don and Krasnodar, and ends in Novorossiysk. The M4’s total stretch is 1,517 km, over 100 of which are toll sections. RUTOLL equipment is installed on 99 of the highway’s lanes, including reversible, non-stop, automatic and manual-pay lanes. The monthly count of motor vehicles on М4 RUTOLL LANES exceeds 15 million.
The М1 Belarus Motorway
The М1 Belarus Motorway is a federal highway. It begins in Moscow, bypasses Smolensk, and ends at the border with Belarus. The М1 stretch is 450 km, 19.5 of which are the "Odintsovo City Northern Bypass" toll section.
RUTOLL equipment is installed on 52 of the highway’s lanes, including reversible, non-stop, automatic and Stop&Go lanes. The monthly count of motor vehicles on M1 RUTOLL lanes exceeds 2 million.
The Western High-Speed Diameter is an urban highway in St. Petersburg, the only toll motorway in the city. Its total span is 46.6 km. RUTOLL equipment has been installed on 24 automatic non-stop lanes. Over 1 million cars use our lanes every month.