Tyne Tunnel tolls

Motorbikes, disabled toll Free
Car, Van or Bus
< 3m high
and 2 axles
LGV, Van or Bus
≥ 3m high or
3 axles or more

A19 Tyne Tunnels
your smartest decision

TT2 is proud to invite you to enjoy the
Tyne Tunnels, the Tyne's newest and most
reliable, river crossing.

The Tyne Tunnels form part of the A19 strategic route, between North Yorkshire and Northumberland. Linking the stunning coastal towns and busy ports of the North East, and offering a convenient and dependable link to the region's airports, the A19 is the smart motorist's choice for leisure and for business.

Our facility comprises two dual-lane vehicle tunnels connecting Jarrow in South Tyneside and Wallsend in North Tyneside.

Running alongside the vehicle tunnels, TT2 also operates the 1951- built Pedestrian and Cycle Tunnels on behalf of the North East Combined Authority. These tunnels are currently closed for refurbishment, they are scheduled to reopen in 2015.

The Tyne Tunnels are open 24 hours per day. Motorists are required to pay a toll for the vehicle tunnels, while access to the Pedestrian and Cycle tunnels is free.

Tyne Tunnels Book

Gift Idea The Tyne Tunnels Book
"How do you build a tunnel under the Tyne?"

This book aims to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about the
construction of the £260 million New Tyne Crossing project. Read more...

Tyne Tunnels Explorer

Banish car journey boredom, become a Tyne Tunnels Explorer!

With fun games and activities for TT2's younger visitors, download our new travel pack today and join the exciting new Tyne Tunnels Explorer club.

There are limited edition gifts for the first explorers to sign up. So get moving with TT2 and get ready to explore the North East as a Tyne Tunnels Explorer!


Avoid the congestion of Newcastle
and the A1 at Gateshead.
Choosing the
A19 Tyne Tunnels will save you time and

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