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Tom Clarke Bridge

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Tom Clarke Bridge
Droichead Thomáis Uí Chléirigh
Location Map ( geo)
East Link Toll-Lifting Bridge, Dublin - Geograph - 1670701.jpg
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From:  North Wall
To:  Ringsend
Highway Authority
Dublin City
Opening Date
€1.75 (Cars)
Additional Information
Bridge Type:  Bascule Bridge
On road(s)
Crossings related to the R131
Crossings related to the Dublin Outer Orbital Route

The Tom Clarke Bridge Droichead Thomáis Uí Chléirigh (more generally known as the East-Link Bridge Droichead an Nascbhóthair Thoir) in Dublin is the easternmost road crossing of the River Liffey. Dating from 1984, it is a tolled bascule lifting bridge, owned and by Dublin City Council and privately operated by NTR plc. Operational control of the bridge reverted to the city council on 31 December 2015. In 2016, the bridge was officially renamed the Tom Clarke Bridge.

The bridge was built privately after the failure of the Liffey Crossing project.



Irish Times

Tom Clarke Bridge
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East Link Toll-Lifting Bridge, Dublin - Geograph - 1670701.jpgEast Link bridge tolls.jpgTom Clarke Bridge rose.jpgDublin Port direction sign.jpgN1 Airport sign.jpg
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