Who we are
Brief information about ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH
The www.go-maut.at website is managed by ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH based in Salzburg. ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH is a wholly owned subsidiary of ASFINAG Autobahnen- und Schnellstraßen-Finanzierungs-Aktiengesellschaft based in Vienna.
We provide information on all you need to know about GO Toll at www.go-maut.at. We help you with how to pay the correct toll in Austria. If you have any questions please contact our ASFINAG Service Centre.
Brief information about ASFINAG
The Autobahnen- und Schnellstraßen-Finanzierungs-Aktiengesellschaft – in short: ASFINAG – based in Vienna, was founded in 1982 and is a Republic of Austria company. It plans, finances, builds, maintains, operates and collects tolls for the entire high-ranking road network in Austria. These are some 2200 kilometres of motorways and expressways. In 1997, ASFINAG was given extended tasks through an agreement with the federal government. Since then ASFINAG has been granted the right to benefit from the property and facilities of the high-ranking federal road networks owned by the federal government. ASFINAG is entitled to collect tolls and usage fees and is funded mainly by the toll revenue. This means ASFINAG does not receive subsidies from the national budget. All toll revenue from toll ticket sales, truck tolls and section toll routes is invested directly back into the operation and construction of the road network and therefore to an increase in road safety.
For more information on ASFINAG, please visit www.asfinag.at.
What we do
We, ASFINAG Maut Service GmbH, are your contact for all issues relating to tolls in Austria.
GO Toll for vehicles over 3.5 tonnes
Motor vehicles over 3.5 tonnes of maximum permissible gross weight (HZG) – trucks, buses and heavy mobile homes – are subject to a mileage-dependent toll on Austrian motorways and expressways. The GO-Box was specially developed for this purpose. They are available at our GO points of sale. The GO toll is calculated automatically when passing through the gantries when the GO-Box is correctly mounted.
The GO toll system currently installed was introduced in 2004. The microwave technology used worked flawlessly from the outset – the comprehensive "free flow toll system" was built during its introduction in a record time of just under 18 months and allows a fully electronic toll calculation for vehicles with a maximum permissible total weight of over 3.5 tonnes. This makes it possible to collect tolls automatically and therefore without loss of time, since neither special lanes have to be used nor the speed has to be reduced. The result: Flowing traffic with maximum safety for all participants.
We thank you for the appropriate toll payment!