Motorists are about to be hit with the highest price rises allowed for road tolls.

They're set to rise by up to 60 cent per journey after a decision was made to increase them in line with inflation.

Tolls for cars on the M50 will rise from 2.10 to 2.30 for those using tags, and from 2.70 to 2.90 for those captured on video.

Tolls for the 8 public-private partnership companies running the countries other motorways will also rise, with the Dublin Port Tunnel the only tolled road not facing an increase.

The hikes have been approved by Transport Infrastructure Ireland and will come into force in the new year.


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