The UK Government said it has “no plans” to reintroduce tolls or charges on the Severn Crossings, after a suggestion a congestion charge was being considered for the two bridges.(more…)
Figures released by Highways England show that an increasing number of people are driving to Wales, with the M4 Severn crossing seeing a rise in use of more than 10% since tolls were abolished in December 2018.(more…)
Work by Highways England to create a toll-free journey for drivers heading into Wales will start on Friday 14 December.(more…)
Motorists using will face lane closures, speed restrictions, and full closures overnight on stretches of both Severn Bridges while the work is carried out to remove the toll booths.(more…)
Tolls on the Severn Crossings will be abolished on Monday 17th December, just in time for the festive getaway, the UK Government has announced today (Tuesday 2nd October).