Covid-19: Financial impact on Tamar Crossings could mean “major reductions to services” or increases in tolls

Posted By on 3rd September 2020

By Peter Tremayne The financial impact of Covid-19 on the Tamar Bridge and Torpoint ferry operation is so severe that there could be “major reductions to services,” according to a…

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  1. The answer is to transfer the bridge to the national road network, abolish tolls on it and fund it via taxation. The ferry would then have to self fund with users paying their way.

  2. It has always seemed highly illogical and unfair to me that the toll is to enter Devon and not to enter Cornwall. If it was as people entered Cornwall that would catch the majority of visitors and remind people that Cornwall is a special place. At the moment it is a tax on those people brave enough to work in Plymouth.

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