R624 road (Ireland)

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R624 road
Route information
Length: 9.5 km (5.9 mi)
Road network

The R624 road is a regional road in Ireland which runs from the east-south of the N25 in Tullagreen County Cork to Cobh Town Center. It runs to East Cork's biggest attraction the Fota Island resort and Zoo.

The R624 will have a major upgrade beginning in 2010, a new bridge (replacing old Belvelly bridge) will be built and will be joined by a new road. The Road will replace the existing road from Tullagreen N25 Carrigtwohill-Cobh Interchange to Belvelly in Cobh. Over €64.995 million euro has been allocated to the new upgrade which will be 3.1 km (1.9 mi) long.

The road is 9.5 km (5.9 mi) long.

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