Bulgarian General Directorate of Border Police has received information from the Greek border authorities that from 00:00 on 22.07.2020 the Greek checkpoint "Exohi", adjacent to the Bulgarian "Ilinden", will be closed in both directions for all travelers, regardless of their nationality, as well as for all types of vehicles, including trucks. The ban will be valid until 3 August 2020.
As from 10th of June the traffic on section E-79 between Rebarkovo and Lyutidol is closed for construction of the Mezdra-Botevgrad Road. Traffic will be diverted through the Petrohan Pass and Iskar Gorge. For more details - http://www.api.bg/index.php/en/prescentar/novini/traffic-section-e-79-between-rebarkovo-and-lyutidol-closed-construction-mezdra-botevgrad-road-traffic-will-be-diverted-through-p/.
Coronavirus related special procedures
Updated on 22/12/2020
Late evening on 21 December the Bulgarian Minister of Health issued Order 721/21.12.2020 to allow essential traveling and the functioning of the green lanes.
The Order introduces a temporary prohibition of entry in the territory of the Republic of Bulgaria of all persons, traveling from the point of departure in the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, through all border crossing points by air, sea, rail and road transport to 31.01.2021.
The prohibition will not apply to some categories of persons, who upon arrival on the territory of the country will undergo quarantine for a period of 10 days.
As from 00:00 on 22.12.2020:
- the transport personal engaged in international transport of passengers and goods is excluded from the entry ban;
- drivers of goods vehicles transiting the country or loading/unloading goods in the country in the course of international transport of goods are exempted from the quarantine requirement.
NEW TOLL SYSTEM IN BULGARIA
List of the self-service terminals
DRIVING RESTRICTIONS FOR 2020
Protest of Bulgarian international road hauliers in Brussels
On 10th of January 2019 г. the international road hauliers from Bulgaria, Croatia, Hungary, Lithuania, Poland, Romania and Slovenia protest in Brussels against the Mobility package I - Joint Declaration.
AEBTRI is the national guarantee association concerning the TIR system in Bulgaria. AEBTRI is a non-profitmaking organisation whose members include companies and establishments which are directly or indirectly concerned with road transport of passengers and goods.
The Association is involved in representing and supporting its members, securing their interests at national and international levels. AEBTRI enjoys a full membership status in the International Road Transport Union (IRU).
The Association is registered as an agent for representation of foreign persons according to the Bulgarian ordinances for reimbursement of paid VAT.
Letter to Siim Kallas, vice-president of EC and commissiner for transport concerning the measures against spending the regular weekly rest on board of vehicles.