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Whitchurch bridge toll

Whitchurch Bridge[1] is a toll road bridge over the River Thames in England. It carries the road between the villages of Pangbourne, Berkshire, and Whitchurch-on-Thames, Oxfordshire, and crosses the river on the reach above Mapledurham Lock, just before Whitchurch Lock. The bridge has a weight limit of 7.5 tonnes. The Whitchurch Bridge Company is empowered to collect Tolls to finance its operations. 

Whitchurch Bridge Tolls may be collected at any time, but are normally collected only from 7 am until 9 pm on weekdays, 8 am to 8 pm on Saturdays, and 9 am to 8 pm on Sundays (all timings may vary by a few minutes). Tolls are collected at the Toll Booth at the Whitchurch-on-Thames (north) end of the Bridge.

Tolls may be paid in cash or through one of the Company’s concessionary prepayment systems which offer substantial discounts to Bridge users based on Bridge Cards (for vehicles not exceeding 3.5 tonnes mgw) and books of prepaid tickets (for vehicles exceeding 3.5 tonnes mgw).

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Whitchurch Bridge toll charges

Whitchurch tolls vary according to the classes of vehicles. There are two classes of vehicles classified on the basis of the MGW of the vehicle. There is no charge for pedestrians, cycles or motorcycles. To know the toll charges of the bridge refer to the table below- 

Vehicle CategoryToll Charges
Vehicles not exceeding 3.5 tonnes mgw60 p
Vehicles exceeding 3.5 tonnes mgw£4

How to pay Whitchurch Bridge toll

Whitchurch bridge toll[2] can be paid in cash or through the prepayment systems which offer substantial discounts to Bridge users based on Bridge Cards and books of prepaid tickets.

Concessionary tolls[3] are offered at the discretion of the Company and are not regulated.

Concessionary tolls on Whitchurch Bridge

Class 1 vehicles

  • Initial Purchase of a Bridge Card Pack (at the Toll Booth)
  • Bridge Card Top-up (at the Toll Booth)
  • Frequent User Scheme- Allows unlimited use of your Bridge Card. Monthly payments must be made by bankers standing order. Click here for details and an Application Form.
  • Bridge Card Daily Cap

Class 2 vehicles

  • A concessionary Toll of £2.50 is available to Class 2 users through the purchase of books of 20 prepaid tickets for £50 from the Toll Collector.

Whitchurch Bridge toll free

The tolls on Whitchurch are free for disabled persons and for emergency vehicles (liveried fire appliances, police vehicles and ambulances). 

Whitchurch Bridge tolling agency

To contact the Whitchurch Bridge visit the Whitchurch Bridge website[4]

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