16 March 2010

Taking its toll on commuters

Tolls rise this week


Drivers crossing the Tamar Bridge between Devon and Cornwall will pay more from Friday. Tamar and Brunel bridges ©MadPole (Creative commons) - click the photo to go to his Flickr page and explore more.

The government has approved a rise from £1 to £1.50 for cars using the Tamar Bridge and the Torpoint Ferry. Regular users who have a Tamar Tag will pay 75p instead of 50p, it was agreed following a public inquiry. The rises are the first since 1994 and will also affect goods vehicles and coaches, with crossing prices based on vehicles' weight and number of axles.
BBC
Further Reading
Transport Illustrated - Aston Manor Metrobuses
Transport of Delight: Go-Ahead Gain...
Omnibuses: Buggy v Wheelchair
PTOTPA: Rail Replacement
WHOTT - Exeter Event


First on Twitter / Facebook
15 March
09:19 PLYMOUTH: Accident on Tavistock Road just up from Manadon Roundabout (northbound) causing delays. Will update as info comes through
10:22 PLYMOUTH: Accident on Tavistock Road has now been cleared so traffic should start to move steadily from now on. Thanks for your patience.
Citybus on Twitter / Facebook
15 March
08:42 RTC Northbound on Manadon roundabout, coupled with rush hour traffic is causing delays to our services
09:11 RTC is under footbridge on Tavistock Road, just up from Manadon Roundabout. Longs delays expected, already delays to our service
09:54 RTC at Tavistock Road is now clear. Hopefully services will be back on track very soon

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