N30 road (Ireland)

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N30 road
Route information
Length: 115 km (71 mi)
Location
Primary
destinations:

(bypassed routes in italics)

Road network

The N30 road is a national primary road in Ireland. It connects the N25 and N11 roads, providing a link running east-northeast between Waterford and Enniscorthy (the N25 and N11 run east and south respectively to Wexford town).[1]

The route connects to the N25 east of New Ross in County Wexford, and follows east-northeast through Clonroche to join the N11 at Enniscorthy.

In 2006, 5.3 km of this road were upgraded to improved single carriageway with hard shoulders.[2] A similar 14.4 km improvement including a bypass of Clonroche is being planned.[3]

N30 east of Clonroche, looking east
Route marker
Silver Oak on the N30

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