Potential new tolls for motorway users – let us know your thoughts!
19 Jul 2011
Posted by Miriam O'Neill
Following on from a National Road Authority report submitted to the previous government last October which recommended eight new toll locations on Irish Motorways as well as an extension of tolling points on the M50, it has been reported that the NRA has now hired a team of consultants to devise plans for the introduction of these potential new tolls.
Likely tolling points
If the plan goes ahead, a multipoint tolling system would to be introduced along the M50. Other roads under review by consultants are:
The N9 Carlow bypass on the Dublin to Waterford motorway
The Dundalk bypass
The N20 at Croom, Co. Limerick
The N20 at Mallow, Co. Cork
The N18 Ennis bypass and Jack Lynch Tunnel, Cork.
While the AA is firmly in opposition of these proposed new tolls which would add significantly to the cost of motoring for commuters in many areas of the country, we’re also keen to hear your views. Let us know your thoughts by posting a comment to us here on our blog or drop us an email to email@example.com
Miriam O’ Neill, PR Exec at AA Ireland began working in the AA in August 2010. Miriam’s core activities on a day to day basis include management of the AA’s media relations programme, generation of quality coverage in support of key business lines, provision of content for AA social media channels and the AA customer Ezine, regular broadcast interviews, occasional events management and interactions with the large AA customer base on motor policy issues.