Up to 80,000 motorists to be hit by eFlow contracts dispute

TII had sought what it felt was a sustainable commercial arrangement

12th June, 2016
Thousands of motorists will be in dispute with eFlow Pic: RollingNews.ie

At least 80,000 motorists, 10 per cent of eFlow’s customer base, will have their motorway toll tags switched off on three of the country’s busiest roads after the collapse of a deal between two major toll operators.

Transport Infrastructure Ireland (TII), the state agency which operates the eFlow tolling system on Dublin’s M50, has failed to agree new collection contracts for three toll roads run by private operator Celtic Roads Group (CRG). Currently,...

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