Tamar bridge and ferry tolls could rise by 13 per cent for Plymouth commuters
TAMAR bridge and ferry tolls could go up by 13per cent in April next year.
And regular users could be hit with a monthly charge for the pre-paid tag.
The increase could mean that car drivers face having to pay another 20p for crossing the river into Plymouth.
The existing toll is £1.50, or 75p for people with a Tamar Tag.
Plymouth City Council's Cabinet today approved the budget and business plan drawn up by the operators, who will now go decide the best way to boost their income.