European route E30

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E30 shield

E30
Major junctions
From: Cork (Ireland)
To: Omsk (Russia)
Location
Countries: Republic of Ireland, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Germany, Poland, Belarus, Russia
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 30 is an A-Class West-East European route, extending from the southern Irish port of Cork in the west to the Russian city of Omsk in the east. For much of its Russian stretch, it coincides with Trans-Siberian Highway and, east of the Ural Mountains, with AH6 of the Asian Highway Network, which continues to Busan, South Korea.

History[edit]

The E 30 is one of the longest European routes with a total length of about 5,800 km (3,600 mi)—3,300 km (2,100 mi) from Cork to Moscow, and 2,500 km (1,600 mi) from Moscow to Omsk. The naming is by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe.

Formerly the route only went from Cork to Samara, with an often reported length of 4,912 km (3,052 mi).

Formerly, before 1985, this was the E 8 (London–Berlin–Brest).

Itinerary[edit]

The E 30 routes over seven European countries, and includes two sea-crossings, one from Rosslare in Ireland to Fishguard in Wales, and one from Felixstowe in England to Hook of Holland in the Netherlands.

Ireland[edit]

The Rosslare–Fishguard ferry departs twice daily, taking about three and a half hours.

United Kingdom[edit]

Although the United Kingdom Government participates fully in activities concerning the E-routes,[1] E-routes are not signposted within the United Kingdom.

The nearest passenger ferries to Hoek van Holland actually depart from Harwich, across the Orwell south of Felixstowe. That ferry has 2 daily departures, one is a day crossing, the other a night crossing, both taking about 7–8 hours. It carries foot (train) passengers as well as cars, buses, caravans and freight lorries.[2] Ferries departing from Felixstowe carry freight only.

Netherlands[edit]

E30 near The Hague

Germany[edit]

Main article: German autobahns
Bundesautobahn 30 number.svg Netherlands NL-A1.svg Bad BentheimOsnabrückBündeBad Oeynhausen Bundesstraße 61 number.svg
Bundesstraße 61 number.svg Bundesautobahn 30 number.svg Bad Oeynhausen Bundesautobahn 2 number.svg
Bundesautobahn 2 number.svg Bundesstraße 61 number.svg Bad OeynhausenHanoverBraunschweigMagdeburg Bundesautobahn 10 number.svg
Bundesautobahn 10 number.svg Bundesautobahn 2 number.svg Potsdam Bundesautobahn 12 number.svg (Berlin bypass)
Bundesautobahn 12 number.svg Bundesautobahn 10 number.svg FürstenwaldeFrankfurt an der Oder Poland A2-PL.svg

Poland[edit]

A2/E30 near Poznań Komorniki interchange

Within Poland E 30 follows A2 motorway and the National Road 2.

Belarus[edit]

Magistral route M1.

Russia[edit]

The Russian stretch of this road coincides partly with the Asian Highway Network's AH6 (though this latter highway passes through Petropavl, Kazakhstan in its stretch between Chelyabinsk and Omsk, unlike the E 30). The E 30 follows the Russian main road M1 Belarus-Moscow, M5 Moscow-Chelyabinsk and M51 Chelyabinsk-Kurgan. It goes along minor roads past Ishim to avoid the Kazak border towards Omsk.

Exit list[edit]


Sovereign State Province Municipality km mi Exit Destinations Notes
Republic of Ireland Cork Cork E 201 / M8 / N8 / N25 / N40
2 R623
Carrigtwohill 3 R624
4 L3612
Midleton R630
R907
Castlemartyr R632
Youghal R634
Waterford R634
Pilltown R671
? R673
? R673
? R674
Dungarvan R672
R675
N72
? R676
Kilmacthomas R677
? R680
Waterford R710
Kilkenny M9
N29
Wexford New Ross N30
Balinaboola R736
? R735
Holmestown R738
Wexford E 01 / N11 / R769
R733
R730
? R739
Roslare R740
R736
Roslare Europort N25 End of N25 overlap; Ferry to UK
United Kingdom Wales ? A40 Ferry from IRL
England ? Ferry to NLD
Netherlands South Holland Rotterdam 0.000 0.000 N211 Western end of N211 concurrency
Westland N220 east (Maasdijk) / Nieuwlandsedijk – 's-Gravenzande
N465 south (Zwartendijk) / Molenweg – Naaldwijk, Monster
N213 south (Nieuweweg) / N464 east (Voorstraat) – Honselersdijk, Poeldijk
The Hague S104 north–east (Escamplan) / S200 north–west (Lozerlaan) – Loosduinen, Escamp
Westland N464 south–west / S105 north–east (Erasmusweg) – Poeldijk, Wateringen
N222 south–west (Veilingroute) / Wateringveldseweg – Honselersdijk, Wateringen
Midden-Delfland 12 A4 / N211 Eastern end of N211 concurrency; western end of A4 concurrency
Rijswijk 11 S106
10 Diepenhorstlaan
The Hague 9 E 19 / A13 / Laan van Delfvliet
E 19 / A4 / A12 Eastern end of A4 concurrency; western end of A12 concurrency
5 Donau / Koning Willem-Alexanderviaduct
Zoetermeer 6 Zuidweg / Afrikaweg Eastbound exit and westbound entrance
7 N470
Lansingerland 8 N209
Zuidplas 9 N219
Waddinxveen E 25 / A20 Western end of E 25 concurrency
11 N452
Bodegraven-Reeuwijk 12 N459
12a N11
13 Molendijk / Verlengde Tuurluur
Utrecht Woerden 14 N204
14a N419
Utrecht 15 N198 / N228
E 25 / E 35 / A2 Eastern end of E 25 concurrency; western end of E 35 concurrency
16 Papendorpseweg
Amsterdam–Rhine Canal Galecopperbrug
Utrecht Utrecht 17 Europalaan
18 N408 south (Laagravenseweg) / Waterlinieweg – Nieuwegein, Utrecht
E 35 / E 311 / A12 / A27 Eastern end of E 35 / A12 concurrency; Southern end of A27 concurrency
A27 / A28 Northern end of A27 concurrency; western end of A28 concurrency
2 N412
Zeist 3 N238
Soest 4 N413
Leusden 5 N221 / N227
Amersfoort 6 N226
Amersfoort–Leusden
municipality line
7 Randweg
Amersfoort 8 Hogeweg / Energieweg
E 231 / E 232 / A1 / A28 Eastern end of A28 concurrency; western end of A1 concurrency;
14 Amersfoortsestraat / Westerdorpsstraat / Nijkerkerstraat
Gelderland Barneveld 15 A30 / N301
16 N303 / N805
17 N310
Apeldoorn 18 N302
19 N304
20 Kayersdijk
A50
21 N345
Voorst 22 N791
Overijssel Deventer 23 N348
24 N348
25 Marsdijk / Baarhorsterdijk
Rijssen-Holten 26 N332
27 N350 / N755
Wierden 28 N347
Borne A35 Western end of A35 concurrency
29 Kluft
A35 Eastern end of A35 concurrency
Hengelo 30 Rondweg / Bornestraat
31 Oldenzaalsestraat / Hasselerbaan
Oldenzaal 32 Provinciale rondweg
33 N733
Losser 34 N735
E 30 / A 30 Continuation into Germany; eastern end of A1 concurrency; western end of A 30 concurrency
Germany ? ? 2
3 B 403
4
5 A 31
6
7 B 70
8
9
10
11a
11b B 219
12
13
14 E 37 / A 1
15
16
17
18 B 68
19 A 33
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29 B 239
30
31 B 61
32
B 61
A 30
E 34 / A 2 / B 514
33 B 482
34
35 B 83
36
37 B 442
38 B 65
39
40 B 441
41
42 B 6
43 A 352
44 B 522
45
46
47 A 37
48 E 45 / A 7
49
50
51
52 B 444
53 B 214
54
55 A 391
56
57
58 A 39
59
60
61 B 244
62
63 B 1
64
65 B 245
66 B 1
67 L 47
68 A 14
69 B 71
70 B 189
71 Invalid type: K
72 L 52
73 B 1
74 B 246a
75 L 52
76 L 52 / L 93
77 L 94
78 B 102
79 L 88
80 L 86
81/21 A 10
20 L 90
19 E 51 / A 9
18 Invalid type: K
17 B 2
16 E 51 / A 115
15 L 795
14 B 101
13 Invalid type: K
12 B 96
11 E 36 / A 13 / A 113
10 B 179
9
8 / 1 A 10 / A 12
2 L 39
3 L 23
4 L 35
5 L 168
6 Invalid type: K
7 L 37
8 B 112
9 B 112 End of Germany
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ For example Economic and Social Council Document ECE/TRANS/WP.6/AC.2/18 – 17 December 2008; Agenda item 6 Participation in the 2005 E-route census
  2. ^ For more information see: StenaLine or The Man in Seat 61 Seat61

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