Tyne Tunnel Approach
Helping you prepare for your first visit to the Tyne Tunnels.
Lynne's role covers a broad range of issues that are vital to the safe and sustainable running of the Tyne Tunnels. As well as managing and monitoring the Health and Safety systems across site, Lynne is responsible for looking at ways of minimising TT2’s environmental impacts, and ensuring that quality standards are maintained.
Helping you prepare for your first visit to the Tyne Tunnels
To help you prepare for your first visit to the Tyne Tunnels, the images below show you what to expect.
Tyne Tunnel South junction – heading North
Tyne Tunnel Northbound Toll Plaza
There are eight toll lanes for northbound traffic. Lanes 7 and 8 (those on your right) are for vehicles wishing to travel direct to Wallsend. However every lane can be used for vehicles continuing their journey on the A19.
Tyne Tunnel Southbound Toll Plaza
Tyne Tunnel Southbound Exit & Interchange Junction
There are ten toll lanes for southbound traffic. You may wish to stay in one of the left hand lanes if you intend to leave the A19 after travelling through the tunnel to go to South Shields, Jarrow or Hebburn. However you will be able to change lane as you leave the tunnel. Please be aware that the exit slip road is quite close to the southbound tunnel.