NRA Call For Introduction Of Additional Tolls On M50

The National Roads Authority (NRA) has called for the introduction of more tolls on the M50 in an effort to address gridlock on the countries busiest road.

The NRA said that "effective measures" were needed to address congestion on the M50, and that traffic control decisions needed to be "taken now".

However, it is understood that the Department of Transport has already ruled out introducing more tolls.


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