M5 charging goes cashless from midnight


M5 South West Motorway users will need a valid etag or toll pass as it turns to cashless tolling

July 1, 2013

Drivers using the M5 South West Motorway in New South Wales will need a valid etag or toll pass as it turns to cashless tolling from midnight tonight.

There will be changed traffic conditions as a result of the conversion and work will be carried out in the coming months to realign and remove the toll booths.

Interlink Roads installed a new toll gantry and toll system across the M5 earlier this year, with full testing to be performed next month.

Motorists travelling with an electronic tag may hear two beeps from their tag but will only be charged once as the new gantry is not yet connected to the toll charging system.

Electronic message signs are in place advising motorists of the testing.

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