From 12 December motorists driving on a return journey from Galway to Dublin face a toll of 5 when the Kinnegad-Kilcock bypass officially opens. However there are concerns over long queues at the toll-booths so an agreement has been reached with the operators Eurolink that if a queue of over five vehicles has formed cars will be able to pass free of charge. It should not take motorists more than 25 seconds to pass through the toll.
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