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The Dublin Tunnel originally and famously known as the Port Tunnel, forms part of the M50 motorway in Ireland. The twin tunnels form a two-lane dual carriageway connecting Dublin Port, which lies to the east of central Dublin, and the M50 motorway at junction 2, close to Dublin Airport. The tunnels are 2.8 mi in length and total project length of 3.5 mi.
To discourage commuters from using the tunnel, vehicles other than HGVs are heavily tolled at peak times. HGVs travelling north and west benefit from the expected six-minute journey time through the tunnel. For more information on the Dublin tunnel toll charges visit here.
The Ireland Toll Calculator calculates Dublin tunnel toll and tolls for all other toll motorways, roads, bridges and tunnels in Ireland for cars, trucks, trailers, caravans, motorhomes and motorcycles for peak and off-peak hours.
Dublin Tunnel toll
Dublin tunnel toll varies according to the vehicle type and the time of journey (peak and off-peak hours) and the direction of travel. On the Dublin toll tunnel, the toll charge applies to all permitted vehicles with a gross vehicle weight of 3500 kg or less. To pay the Dublin tunnel toll without stopping use the Dublin tunnel toll tags that allow you to pay tolls without stopping.
Toll Exemption for Vehicles
- Goods vehicles with a design gross weight exceeding 3500 kg.
- Buses or Coaches with seating for greater than 25 passengers
- Exemption Card/DTES Disc holders
Vehicles that will pay toll charge
- Light commercial vehicles
- Motor homes
Dublin tunnel toll charges
Refer to the table below to know the Dublin tunnel toll prices for the direction of travel-
|Direction of Travel||Peak time toll||Off peak time toll|
|Southbound||€10.00 between 6 a.m to 10 a.m. Monday to Friday||€3.00 at all other times and on public holidays.|
|Northbound||€10.00 between 4 p.m to 7p.m Monday to Friday||€3.00 at all other times and on public holidays.|
Use the Ireland Toll Calculator to calculate tolls and fuel costs for all vehicle categories on the Dublin tunnel toll, M50 toll, and all the other Ireland toll roads, bridges and tunnels.
How to pay toll at Dublin tunnel
There are two lanes on Dublin tunnel  – Manned and unmanned toll lanes and there are different payment methods accepted on both lanes.
- Cash payment on Dublin toll tunnel- Cash payment is allowed at all the manual lanes with attendants taking payments in cash.
- Cards- Card payment can be done on all manual lanes with Mastercard or Visa debit and credit cards.
- eToll- Electronic tags allow motorists to use electronic toll tag automatic lanes, and pay tolls without stopping and paying tolls manually. This saves time and avoids the need to carry cash when travelling on toll roads.
- Coins- With coins you can pay at all automatic coin machine lanes.
main article: Toll Tags in Ireland
Toll tags allow you to travel on all lanes equipped with an electronic tolling system. Motorists having toll tags can pay for all toll roads in Ireland including M50, N6, M1, M3, M4 toll without stopping. There are various toll tags in Ireland providing different benefits to the travelers-
- Direct Route tag
- eFlow toll tag
- Pay As You Toll
- Pay As You Toll+
- Toll Tag Lease
- Toll Tag Fleet
To learn more about these toll tags refer to toll tags in Ireland page.
Dublin toll tunnel agency
For any toll-related query, you can contact Dublin toll tunnel agency customer service at Customer.Service@erto.ie or call at 1 884 8442 +353 1 884 8442; from Mon – Fri (8:30 – 16:30) or call the 24-hour hotline at 715 900 0818 715 900. You can also contact Dublin Tunnel using the contact form on the website.
Calculate tolls for Dublin Tunnel and other states in Ireland
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