The West-Link is a toll bridge (actually twin bridges) on the M50 motorway to the west of Dublin, Ireland, operated by BetEire Flow Limited (trading as eFlow) for the National Roads Authority.
The bridge crosses the River Liffey
at a point known as the Strawberry Beds. On the motorway it starts at a point approximately 2km south of junction 6 (Blanchardstown) and runs to a point almost immediately north of junction 7 (Palmerstown). It is 385 metres long, and at its highest elevation it is 41.5 metres above the river. It currently handles 98,000 vehicles per day. The bridge is the only Liffey crossing between Chapelizod and Lucan Bridge
(both of which are narrow two-lane structures and thus it carries a large amount of traffic passing between the north and south Dublin suburbs.