Waze Introduces Toll Prices For Drivers in the UK

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November 26, 2019

New feature made possible thanks to a collaboration between Waze and its volunteer community

Waze, the platform bringing together communities on and off the road, today announced the launch of its Toll Prices feature in the UK and the Republic of Ireland. One of its most requested features, Toll Prices will enable users to view and compare toll prices across the UK and ROI’s 34 tolled routes.

Only available on Waze, the Toll Prices feature will help drivers make better planning decisions by giving them visibility of prices ahead of time, enabling them to compare prices of different routes and ETAs to choose their preferred option.

This hyperlocal feature is only possible due to the work of Waze’s volunteer community of over 30,000 monthly active map editors. The community helped collect and input toll price information, underscoring once again that Waze is truly people-powered and community-driven.

Moriah Royz, Waze Product Manager said: “We are delighted to bring Toll Prices to the UK and the Republic of Ireland. Thanks to the phenomenal efforts of our volunteer community, we’ve been able to make one of the most requested features on Waze a reality. Until now, Waze was trying to reduce your time spent in traffic – now, we’re also helping our users save as much money as possible by giving them the absolute best choice of routes, based both on ETA and potential costs of tolls along the way. We look forward to continue working with our community to make this feature available in all markets.” 

The feature, which is compatible with HOV lanes, is automatically enabled and users will see a Toll tag on the route if it includes a toll road. Drivers with a toll pass can also select this in the Waze app, which will be taken into account when routes are being generated. 

The toll roads, bridges and tunnels across the UK and the Republic of Ireland include:


  • Tyne Tunnels (North Yorkshire – Northumberland)
  • Tees Transporter Bridge (Middlesbrough)
  • Aldwark Toll Bridge (Aldwark)
  • Humber Bridge (Hull – New Holland)
  • Dunham Bridge (Newton-on-Trent – Dunham-on-Trent)
  • Dartford River Crossing (Dartford – Thurrock)
  • London Congestion Charge Zone
  • Swinford Bridge (Eynsham – Swinford)
  • Whitchurch Bridge (Pangbourne – Whitchurch-on-Thames)
  • Itchen Bridge (Southampton)
  • Batheaston Bridge (Batheaston – Bathampton)
  • Tamar Bridge (Cornwall – Devon)
  • Clifton Suspension Bridge (Bristol)
  • Newport Transporter Bridge (Newport, Wales)
  • Severn Bridge (Wales – England)
  • Second Severn Crossing (England – Wales)
  • Cleddau Bridge (Neyland – Pembroke Dock)
  • Whitney-on-Wye Bridge (Hereford)
  • M6 Toll (Curdworth – Great Saredon)
  • Kingsland Bridge (Shrewsbury)
  • Mersey Tunnels
  • Warburton Bridge (Warrington – Manchester)
  • Cartford Bridge (Fylde – Over Wyre)

Republic of Ireland:

  • M50 Barrier-Free Toll
  • M1 (Gormanston – Monasterboice)
  • M3 (Clonee – Kells)
  • M4 (Kilcock – Enfield – Kinnegad)
  • M7/M8 (Portlaoise – Castletown/Portlaoise – Cullahill)
  • N6 (Galway – Ballinasloe)
  • N8 (Rathcormac – Fermoy Bypass)
  • N25 (Waterford City Bypass)
  • Limerick Tunnel
  • East-Link Bridge
  • Dublin Port Tunnel

For more information, or to download the Waze app, please visit this link. 

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