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Friday 3 February 2023 Dublin: 11°C

# Toll

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2022
# toll charges
Taoiseach says transport minister examining 'how best to deal' with rise in toll charges
Eamon Ryan said earlier this week that he is reluctant to reduce toll charges.
# Paramedics
Ambulance carrying critically ill patient forced to wait at toll plaza
A paramedic described a recent event as “terrifying”.
# airport toll
DAA accused of 'money grab' over planned drop-off and collection charges at Dublin Airport
Charges for driving close to the airport will be introduced later this year.
All time
# Toll
'It went from absolute athleticism in the air into despair half a second later'
Despite the injuries, Munster took some positives from their 27-25 defeat to Leinster on Saturday night.
# Toll
Spate of previous injuries means Carbery can benefit from lay-off
The out-half will hope to hit the ground running in pre-season and make up for lost time.
# M50
More than 20 motorists hit with fines totalling €205,000 for unpaid M50 toll charges
One man faced allegations of 1,139 unpaid trips.
# Injury Update
Murphy set for scan on rib injury as Ireland count cost of Russia win
Ireland said it was always the plan to replace Johnny Sexton after 40 minutes.
# Courts
Fines totalling more than €126k in court crackdown on M50 toll dodgers
The penalties yesterday ranged from €2,500 to €15,000.
# Taking Its Toll
Drivers fined almost €120,000 in crackdown on M50 toll dodgers
Fines ranging from €9,000 to €16,000 were handed down to 10 motorists yesterday.
# Toll
Motorist who claimed 'clone' of her car made 300 M50 journeys fined €7,000
The court heard about 800 letters were sent to her in relation to the unpaid tolls but she claimed she did not get them.
# blacksod
Volunteers involved in search for Rescue 116 crewmen 'disgusted' to be charged toll
Carrick River Rescue claimed they were stopped and charged on the M7 toll after taking part in Rescue 116 search.
# reject
Some 5c coins produced outside Ireland might be causing a problem at the Eastlink toll
Dublin City Council said it did not accept that customers had been overcharged, stating that any rejected coins can be collected by motorists.
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QUIZ: How Good A Driver Are You, Really?
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# Taking Its Toll
Proposed toll increases for M50 and Port Tunnel 'excessive burden' on road users
The Advocate General of the European Court of Justice has recommended that VAT be implemented on state-owned motorway tolls.
# Taking Its Toll
The only toll bridge in Dublin city is now public property - does that mean it's going to be free?
No. It doesn’t.
# Japan
This is the moment Mount Ontake erupted
The death toll has reached 48 people.
# no change
Tolls could be lifted at the East Link, but council bosses say they should stay
The bridge reverts to Dublin City Council ownership at the end of next year, but the city could lose out on €4 million in annual revenue if the toll is lifted.
# heavy toll
Taxing Heineken Cup weekend could cost Ireland in 6 Nations opener - Kidney
Mo’ success, mo’ problems.
# Road Tolls
Toll-fare hike for motorists
Motorists will face toll rate increases on two of the country’s busiest roads, while charges for trucks will increase on all motorways.
# tailgating
Tailgating on M50 continues to fall in face of new measures
New measures introduced in March have seen a huge fall in the instances of the dangerous practice on the busy Dublin road.
# tailgating
Tailgating reduced by 65 per cent after toll company introduces new measures
Toll company eFlow says that new measures introduced in March have led to the reduction in the number of motorists tailgating.
# Road Tolls
M1 toll to drop from midnight after court ruling
Motorists have been overcharged to the tune of €26,000 per week since the start of the year on that stretch.