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Waterford

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WATERFORD
Port Láirge
Location Map ( geo)
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County
Waterford
Highway Authority
Waterford City and County
Forward Destination on
M9, (N10), N24, N25, N29
Next Terminal & Intermediate Destinations
Belview Port • Clonmel • Dungarvan • Kilkenny • New Ross
This article is about Waterford, the city and destination of that name.
For other uses, see Waterford (disambiguation)
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Waterford is a city in southeast Ireland. It is an important place on the road network as the end of the N9 / M9 radial route from Dublin, and the N25 that runs along the south coast. The N24 cross-country road to Limerick also starts here.

For years, the Rice Bridge over the River Suir formed a notorious bottleneck, as it was the only point of access across the river for miles, and required all major traffic, including the above national primary roads, to head through the city's suburbs and docklands in order to cross. The Suir Bridge opened in October 2009 and saw a major upgrade to the N25's route, crossing the river upstream on a modern grade-separated dual carriageway, allowing easier access to the M9 and N24.

Routes

Route To Notes

M9

Cill Chainnigh KILKENNY · Áth Cliath DUBLIN includes a few hundred metres of below-standard N9 connecting the N25 and N24

N24

Móin Choinn MOONCOIN · Cluain Meala CLONMEL ·
Luimneach LIMERICK

N25

Dún Garbhán DUNGARVAN · Corcaigh CORK E30

N25

Ros Mhic Thriúin NEW ROSS · Ros Láir ROSSLARE E30

N29

Calafort Belview BELVIEW PORT A short branch east of the city to serve the docklands

R448

Muileann an Bhata MULLINAVAT former N9, ended on the N25 at the north end of the Rice Bridge

R675

Trá Mhór TRAMORE

R680

Carraig na Siúire CARRICK-ON-SUIR former N25, crossed the Rice Bridge and headed east to New Ross

R681

Bun Machan BUNMAHON

R682

Trá Mhór TRAMORE

R683

An Pasáiste PASSAGE EAST

R684

Dún Mór DUNMORE EAST

R708

Aerfort AIRPORT

R711

Ros Mhic Thriúin NEW ROSS former N25




Waterford
Junctions
Crossings
Roads
E30 • E106 (Rosslare - Cork) • E123 (Old System) • EuroVelo 1 • M9 (Republic of Ireland) • M25 (Republic of Ireland) • N9 • N24 • N25 • N29 • R448 • R675 • R680 • R683 • R684 • R686 • R708 • R709 • R710 • R711 • R860 • R861 • R861 (Ballybricken) • T7 • T12 • T13 • T14 • T63
Related Pictures
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N25 Waterford city bypass - Coppermine - 22571.jpgSignage in the tiny town of Passage East Co Waterford - Coppermine - 5616.JPGSignage in the tiny town of Ballyhack Co Wexford - Coppermine - 5627.JPGJohn Street, Waterford - Geograph - 3652178.jpgBridge at Waterford - Geograph - 5127698.jpg
Destinations in the Republic of Ireland
Major CitiesCork • Dublin • Galway • Limerick • Waterford
Terminal DestinationsArdee • Athlone • Ballina • Ballyshannon • Belturbet • Belview Port • Blackrock • Borrisokane • Cashel • Castlebar • Castleblayney • Cavan • Charlestown • Clonmel • Cork Airport • Dingle • Donegal • Drogheda • Dublin Airport • Dublin Port • Dún Laoghaire • Dundalk • Dungarvan • Ennis • Enniscorthy • Ennistimon • Foxford • Kenmare • Kilkenny • Killarney • Killorglin • Kilrush • Letterkenny • Longford • Malahide • Mallow • Mitchelstown • Monaghan • Mullingar • Nenagh • New Ross • Port Laoise • Rathcoole • Ringaskiddy • Roscommon • Rosslare Harbour • Shannon • Sligo • Stranorlar • Swanlinbar • Tallaght • Thurles • Tipperary • Tralee • Tullamore • Westport • Wexford
Intermediate DestinationsAn Clochán Liath • Athy • Ballyhaunis • Bangor • Birr • Blessington • Cahersiveen • Carlow • Clifden • Dún Fionnachaidh • Durrow • Foynes • Glenties • Kilkee • Listowel • Na Cealla Beaga • Navan • Roscrea • Skibbereen • Tuam
Other PlacesArklow • Bandon • Bantry • Boyle • Bray • Cahir • Carrick-on-Shannon • Castleisland • Claremorris • Clonakilty • Clones • Fermoy • Gorey • Gort • Granard • Kells • Kinnegad • Knock Airport • Loughrea • Naas • Pettigo • Port of Cork • Shannon Airport • Swinford • Swords • Tramore • Wicklow

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