The M50 toll is currently only charged on vehicles that pass through the toll plaza which is located between junctions 6 and 7. (Blanchardstown and Lucan junctions).
The M50 toll charging began in 2008 – but now the Transport Minister, Leo Varadkar, is considering introducing multiple tolls on Dublin’s M50 motorway. Under the new scheme – tolling may be introduced on every section of the M50 regardless of the length of the journey.
The current toll charge on the M50 is €3 for a car – but there are lower charges if you register and use a toll tag.
It is possible the new tolls could see the M50 to be divided into sections, with a charge being levied for each portion used during a journey.
For example, 60c might be charged for every junction a vehicle passes through – with the toll capped at €3 per journey.