The M50 automated toll is located on a gantry over the motorway between Junction 6 (Blanchardstown) and Junction 7 (Lucan) of the M50 in Ireland. The toll is indicated by signage as can be seen in the image above.
The toll gantry uses a combination of lasers, beacons and cameras to detect a vehicle passing underneath. The cameras capture multiple images of the vehicle and the vehicle registration plate. Details of the registered owners are supplied from the Department of Transport.
By driving under this gantry, you are liable to pay the M50 toll. If you forget to make your M50 toll payment before 8pm the day after your journey, a First Penalty Notice (also known as Standard Toll Request or STR) letter will be automatically issued to the registered vehicle owner’s address.
If you have received a notice relating to this toll and you would like further information, please contact EPC.