There is the Mersey Tunnel toll in Liverpool.
Between Witnes and Runcon (Borough of Halton) you will have to pay for both the Silver Jubilee Bridge and the Mersey Gateway from 2017.
Each crossing of either the Silver Jubilee Bridge or the Mersey Gateway is tolled.
Buses, motorcycles and residents cross for free.
For using the Mersey Tunnel in Liverpool you have to pay. Exemptions see below.
Mersey Gateway and Silver Jubilee Bridge: all vehicles except public transport and motorcycles.
Mersey Tunnel: all vehicles except motorcycles
Table for the Mersey Gateway and Silver Jubilee Bridge from 2017:
* For stoppages caused by fuel shortage or flat tyre (with no serviceable spare) there is a penalty surcharge in addition to the normal breakdown charge.
Unpaid Breakdown Charges, Fees and Tolls
Yes, you need to get registered to use the Mersey Gateway and the Silver Jubilee Bridge. This registration costs £10 a year.
You can either get a sticker and pay for each crossing or get a monthly pass. More details will follow.
Yes, are affected.
By RFID (Radio-frequency): this represents a technological option with similar performance levels to DSRC. This technology also uses ANPR technologies for enforcement. Compared to the DSRC technologies, its main advantage is the lower cost of OBUs (~€1). The main geographical area of application is the US, with no significant applications in Europe (except for the access point regulation in the Mersey Tunnels and Gateway Bridge in the UK). One of the reasons behind the slow deployment of the technology in Europe is the significant investment required to replace existing technologies.
£20/40/60 - depending on the vehicle size
Mersey Gateway: free for Halton's residents.Military, emergency service vehicles, local buses and motorcycles will not have to pay.
You can use the Mersey Tunnel for free if you are - a resident - a disabled persons (Blue) Parking badge holder - a recipiant of the highest rate of mobility component of the Disability Living Allowance - a recipiant of the highest rate of mobility component of the Personal Independence Payment - over 65 and recipiant of the highest rate of Attendance Allowance - a recipiant of the mobility supplement of a war pension
To apply for an exemption go here.