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R403

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R403
Location Map ( geo)
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From:  Lucan (O016354)
To:  Carbury (N692340)
Via:  Celbridge
Distance:  40.2 km (25 miles)
Meets:  R148, M4, N4, R405, R406, R407, R408, R409, R415, R414, R402
Highway Authorities

Kildare County  • South Dublin County

Traditional Counties

Dublin • Kildare

The R403 a kilometre east of Prosperous

The R403 is a long regional road with an initial 2-km section in County Dublin, but otherwise entirely in County Kildare. It runs from the R148 at Coolindrinagh, midway between Lucan and Leixlip – where it also connects to the M4 and N4 – to the R402 at Newbury Cross, Carbury, via Celbridge and Clane. The R403 is notable for the 12-km-long stretch of almost perfectly straight road which carries it through the village of Prosperous.




R403
Junctions
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The R403, County Kildare (C) Sarah777 - Geograph - 1884159.jpgCelbridge Road Junction. I have a fear these will disappear in due course. One unfortunate problem is that most of the signs are obscured by overgrown plants!! Wonder when last they were cut. - Coppermine - 22433.JPG- Coppermine - 22436.JPG- Coppermine - 22435.JPG
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