Irish toll by Ariscard

There are eleven toll roads in the Republic of Ireland. They’re typically located on major intercity corridors. Ten of Ireland’s eleven toll roads have conventional barrier toll plazas, and only Dublin’s M50 is a barrier-free toll road operated by eFlow.  Mandatory tolls are levied on all vehicles traveling through toll areas, bridges and tunnels. Failure to pay toll in Ireland results in a fine of 1270 EUR.

The M50 motorway forms the backbone of the Dublin commuter’s journey, semi-circling the city between Shankill in south County Dublin and the capital’s international airport near Santry.

Instead of a conventional barrier plaza, the toll is operated using eFlow’s exclusive registration plate recognition technology which uses gantry-mounted video cameras to record details of passing vehicles or identify their tags. Toll charges must be paid before 8pm the following day.

Toll rate amount depends on the category of the vehicle, number of axles and type of  the road.


STOP & GO System Free flow

Payment method:   

on-board device (tag) -  Easy Trip

  • Payment of tolls in Ireland and passage through the Dublin Port Tunnel via one Easytrip tag

Payment mode:


Official Web-page:


Toll Network map:

Paid toll map

E-flow Web-page, toll rates and calculator:


Toll rates and calculator via an interactive road map:

Toll rates and calculator

  ARIS local offices, ARIS field managers