At the end of the fourteenth century, the Great Saint Bernard pass was one of the most important routes through the Swiss Alps. In the twentieth century, a plan was conceived to dig a tunnel that became the Great St. Bernard Tunnel to reduce the distance between Switzerland and Italy.
In March of 1964, this first trans alpine tunnel in Europe officially came into use. The tunnel is 5.85 kilometers long, 4.2 meters high and 7.5 meters wide and is located at an altitude of approximately 1.680 meters above sea level.
Tolls are charged in order to maintain the tunnel, and Multi Service Tolls chooses the best payment method for you by using the Multi Service Tolls card. Multi Service Tolls receives and pays all invoices with all transaction data shown on our crystal clear cumulative invoice, sorted by card number and license plate. A summary of the transaction data is provided to you quickly and efficiently, without the need for additional administrative handling.
Multi Service takes care of:
- Supply and maintenance of the Multi Service card(s)
- Payments to the tunnel company
- Issue and maintenance of the required bank guarantees
Multi Service Tolls provides:
- Details of the costs incurred, sorted by card number and license plate
- Daily cumulative management information
- Electronically supplied information
- Digital information tailored to your administration software
Lost, stolen or problems?
For terminations and changes in case of theft/loss, defect or truck change please visit our customer support page.