CRG to challenge tolls ruling in Supreme Court

The operators of the M1 toll are to challenge a High Court ruling last month which forced the company to drop its toll rates.

23rd April, 2011

The operators of the M1 toll are to challenge a High Court ruling last month which forced the company to drop its toll rates.

Celtic Roads Group (CRG),which operates the toll at Drogheda, have lodged an application to the Supreme Court to challenge the ruling, which also resulted in toll rates dropping at the M8 toll at Fermoy, the N4 toll at Enfield and the N25 Waterford City bypass.

The National Roads Authority (NRA)...

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