Road tolls will increase to the highest charges permitted come next year
Motorists can expect the cost of using one of Ireland’s ten toll roads on the national road network to rise by up to 60 cent each journey.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII) has said that the decision has been “driven by the current rate of inflation”.
The M50 in Dublin will not see as significant an increase, with tolls to jump from €2.10 to €2.30 for those using tags, €2.70 to €2.90 for those captured on video, and €3.20 to €3.50 for unregistered vehicles.
It’s the first time in a decade that the M50 has increased tolls.
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