Midlands motorists can expect increases of 10 or 20 cents.
Tolls are to increase again from January.
It’s the second price hike in the space of a year.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland has announced a change to toll prices from January first, for the M50, eight national roads and the Dublin Port Tunnel.
For Cars traveling on the M50, it will increase by 20 cent - with tagged cars to be charged €2.50, cars with video €3.10 and unregistered cars will now have to pay €3.50 per trip from the New Year.
That increases by 30 cents for goods vehicles and 40 cents for very large goods vehicles.
On the M1 between Dublin and Belfast, M7/M8 roads from Dublin to Cork and Limerick, the M8 to Portlaoise, N6 between Kinnegad and Galway, the N25 toll bridge between Rosslare and Waterford and the N18-LT Limerick to Galway road - prices will increase by 10c for motorbikes, 20c for cars and between 20c and 50c for large goods vehicles.
Dubin Tunnel toll charges for passenger cars are returning to 2009 levels for peak periods, and will increase by 2 euro to 12 euro per trip during this time.