Motorway toll Ireland - information on toll collection, toll roads map

Tolls are paid for some parts of motorways and several tunnels and bridges. Toll collection takes place at toll gates, where you can pay in cash, with the eToll on-board unit and in some places with a payment card. On the motorway ring road around the Dublin M50, there is a toll road without toll gates and under the barrier free toll system it is paid via mobile app, online at eFlow.ie or at Payzone partners. For vehicles powered by electricity, natural gas or electric hybrid propulsion, up to 75% discount on tolls can be obtained under the LEVTI programme.

Overview of toll motorways in Ireland

motorway / vehicle
length
motorcycles
cars
M1: Gormanston - Monasterboice
63 km
€ 1.00
€ 1.90
M3: Navan North - Kells
11 km
€ 0.80
€ 1.50
M3: Clonee - Dunshaughlin
10 km
€ 0.80
€ 1.50
M4: Kilcock - Kinnegad
30 km
€ 1.50
€ 2.90
M7: Portlaoise - Borris in Ossory
26 km
€ 1.00
€ 1.90
M8: Portlaoise - Rathdowney
22 km
€ 1.00
€ 1.90
M8: Fermoy - Cork
32 km
€ 1.00
€ 1.90
M50 Barrier Free Tolling: Blanchardstown - Lucan
4 km
€ 3.10
N6: Ballinasloe - Galway
52 km
€ 1.00
€ 1.90
N25: Springhill - Slieverue
16 km
€ 1.00
€ 1.90

Toll motorways are drawn on the map. An overview of the location of toll gates and an overview of payment options are available at tii.ie.

Tunnels and bridges with toll collection

In addition to motorways, tolls are also collected for several tunnels and bridges. Tolls are paid at toll gates with cash or the eToll tag on-board unit. Links to information about the toll segments can be found on the map.

location / vehicle
motorcycles
car
note
Dublin Port Tunnel
€ 10 / € 3
€ 10 / € 3
6am - 10am / rest of the day
East Link Toll Bridge
€ 1.40
Tom Clarke Bridge, Dublin
Limerick Tunnel
€ 1.00
€ 1.90
N18, Limerick

Map of the Irish motorway network

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Motorways, tunnels and toll bridges are marked on the map. Links to information about the toll location can be found in the infoboxes.

last updated on 16.2.2021

Frequently asked questions about toll in Ireland

1) On which roads in Ireland are tolls collected?

Tolls are levied for some motorways, the Dublin Port Tunnel, the Limerick Tunnel and the East Link Toll Bridge. In addition to the circuit around Dublin marked M50 and free flow system, tolls for all other roads can be paid in cash.

2) What are the toll payment options?

Fees when passing through the toll gate can be paid by cash or via the on-board unit. Payment cards are only accepted at some toll gates. On the M50 motorway, there is a free flow system without toll gates, where tolls are paid via the mobile app, internet, telephone, Payzone or via the on-board unit.

3) How to pay toll for M50 with Barrier Free Toll system?

Barrier Free Toll system allows the passage of toll motorways without payment at toll gates. Tolls must be paid via the mobile application, website eFlow.ie, Payzone, by phone or via OBU in the eToll system. The toll for the highway must be paid no later than 8pm the following day, it is possible to pay it in advance. If the toll is not paid within the specified time limit a payment request, including a penalty, is sent to the address of the owner of the vehicle.

4) What are the advantages of the toll on-board unit?

The eToll system with on-board unit allows the passage of toll gates without stopping, automatic payment for the M50 with barrier free toll system and provides the possibility to benefit from discounted toll prices. The on-board unit can be operated in both prepaid and postpaid mode. Information on eToll payments and an overview of OBU providers can be found at etoll.ie.

5) How to get a toll discount for a low-emission vehicle?

For owners of electric, natural gas or electric hybrid vehicles, there is a Low Emissions Vehicle Toll Incentive (LEVTI) rule that allows you to get up to 75% discount on tolls. To take advantage of the discount, it is necessary to have a vehicle equipped with an OBU approved for use in LETVTI tarif. Information on LEVTI can be viewed at eToll.ie.

6) In which cases can toll roads be used free of charge?

For exemption from toll charges in Ireland may apply persons with reduced mobility. Without paying tolls, roads can be used by defence vehicles, police, firefighters and emergency services. Without paying tolls, roads can be used by vehicles of defence forces, police, firefighters and emergency services. Information on the request for exemption can be found at eToll.ie.

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