Road tolls on 10 routes in the Republic of Ireland, including the M50 and the Dublin Tunnel, will go up from 1 January.
Most car tolls are increasing by 20 cents per journey, while tolls for heavy good vehicles will increase by 30 to 50 cents.
However, tolls for the Dublin Tunnel will increase by €2, to €12, for cars at peak rush-hour times.
Transport Infrastructure Ireland said the move was to preserve “capacity for heavy goods vehicles accessing Dublin Port”.
On the M50, toll prices are increasing by between 20 and 40 cents, depending on vehicle type and whether drivers use toll tags, video accounts or are unregistered.
An unregistered car will pay a toll of €3.70 but a driver with a tag will pay €2.50.
On the M1, M7, M8, N6, N25 at Waterford and N18 Limerick Tunnel, the toll for cars will go up 20 cents to €2.30.
On the M3, it is up 10 cent to €1.70 and on the M4 there is a 20 cents increase for cars to €3.40.
It will be the second increase in tolls in less than a year, after charges on most of the Republic’s national road network were increased in July.