- The M6 Toll was previously called the Birmingham North Relief Road, or BNRR and is the United Kingdom's first toll-paying motorway.
- Midland Expressway Ltd (MEL), runs and operates the M6 Toll Motorway which open on the 14th December, 2003.
- The new M6 Toll road could make a saving of up to 45 minutes journey time over the old road.
- The M6 Toll has only a few junctions, to discourage local traffic from using the new bypass. The M6 Toll uses toll plazas.
Tarriffs and crossing charges are show in the table below and are correct as of May 2014.
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|0600 - 2300||2300 - 0600|
|Car & Trailer||£10.00||£8.60||£6.60|
|Car & Trailer [TAG]||£9.50||£8.17||£6.27|
|Van / Coach||£11.00||£9.60||£8.60|
|Van / Coach [TAG]||£10.45||£9.12||£8.17|
The Mobility Exemption Pass allows free passage of the nominated vehicle on the M6 Toll only. If you think you may be eligible for a Mobility Exemption Pass, you must apply to Midland Expressway Limited as no other evidence of disability (e.g. Blue Badge) can be accepted.