Toll Prices Dropped At Port Tunnel

Toll prices at Dublin Port Tunnel are to drop to a minimum of €3 from January 1.

The National Roads Authority (NRA) has announced that it is scrapping the current three-tier pricing system and replacing it with a two-tier system.

The changes mean that the maximum charge per single journey will drop from €12 to €10 during peak times and the charge will be €3 at all other times, instead of €6.

The NRA said that the changes were being introduced because of the number of improvements which had been made to the M50 and M1, allowing for accommodation of extra traffic.


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