R729 road (Ireland)

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R729 Regional Route Shield Ireland.png

R729 road
The R729 intersecting the R703 near St. Mullin's,
with the Blackstairs Mountains in the background.
Route information
Length: 22.1 km (13.7 mi)
Location
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Road network

The R729 road is a regional road in County Carlow and County Wexford in Ireland. It connects the R702 near Borris to the N30 near New Ross, 22.1 km (13.7 mi) to the south (map of route).[1]

The government legislation that defines the R729, the Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2012 (Statutory Instrument 54 of 2012), provides the following official description:

Borris, County Carlow — New Ross, County Wexford
Between its junction with R702 at Barmona in the county of Carlow and its junction with N30 at Macmurroughsisland in the county of Wexford via Coolnamara and Glynn in the county of Carlow: Pollmounty Bridge at the boundary between the county of Carlow and the county of Wexford: and Ballynabanoge in the county of Wexford.[1]

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  1. ^ a b S.I. No. 54/2012 — Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2012, Irish Statute Book (irishstatutebook.ie), 2012-02-23.