This article is about the Republic of Ireland's M11.
For Northern Ireland's M11, see M11 (Northern Ireland)
.For the British M11, see M11
The M11 is the southern half of the motorway along Ireland's east coast. With the completion on 13 July 2015 of a gap between Rathnew and Arklow, it is currently in two sections.
The Shankill/Bray bypass runs for 6 km from south Dublin, including a junction with the M50. This continues as an 18 km section of D2AP and the motorway then resumes for some 56 km, bypassing Arklow and Gorey. An extension to bypass Enniscorthy has been under construction since the middle of 2016 with an expected finish date in 2019. This is paired with an N30 bypass of Enniscorthy, various link roads and the N25 bypass of New Ross in a PPP scheme.
Proposed Enniscorthy bypass