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category meath | consumer issues | news report author Monday March 14, 2005 17:00author by spokesman - m3tolls.comauthor email meath.commuter at m3tolls dot comauthor address www.m3tolls.comauthor phone +353863213755 Report this post to the editors


The M3 will be tolled twice in County Meath.
No M3 Tolls Protest, Navan
No M3 Tolls Protest, Navan

The M3 will be tolled twice in County Meath.

A commuter for example, traveling from north of Navan hoping to travel on the M3 to work in Lucan or south of the M50 will be forced to pay 3 tolls there and 3 tolls back—6 tolls per day, 30 per week.

The entire M3 debate seems to revolve around a controversial 3km, and the double tolling of the M3 has largely been ignored by our elected representatives in Dáil Éireann.

Using the current M50 toll charge of €1.80 per car for calculation purposes you would have to pay €10.80 per day or €54.00 per week to get there and back! This is unacceptable.

This is just one of many issues affecting the M3 including route construction delays and building across the old Dublin Navan Railway line without putting in bridges before the M3 is built.

Meath needs an M3 now, without delays or double tolls.

author by jeffpublication date Wed Mar 16, 2005 19:51author address author phone Report this post to the editors

... because more money is to be made from toll bridges than from public transport! Libral, vibrant, economics! McGhoul and Kevin Myers must be getting multiple bouts of elation at this!The freedom of it all!

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