- European route E30
The E30 is one of the longest European routes with a total length of about 5800 km (3625 mi) (3300 km (2062 mi) from Cork to Moscow, 2500 km (1560 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 3070 miles (4912km).
Formerly, before 1985, this was the E8 (London-Berlin-Brest).
The E30 routes over seven European countries, and includes two sea-crossings, one from
Rosslarein Irelandto Fishguardin Wales, and one from Felixstowein Englandto Hook of Holland in the Netherlands.
N25 road: Cork - Waterford- Wexford- Rosslare Europort
The ferry Rosslare — Fishguard departs twice daily, taking about 3 hours.
European routes are not recognized by UK authorities and not signposted in the UK.
*A48: Carmarthen -
*M4: Swansea -
Bridgend- Cardiff- Newport- Bristol- Swindon- Reading - Slough
*A12: Brentwood -
Chelmsford- Colchester- Ipswich
*A14: Ipswich -
FelixstoweThe nearest passenger ferries to Hoek Van Holland actually depart from Harwich, across the Orwell south of Felixstowe, at the E32. That ferry has 4 daily departures and takes about 4 hours. Cargo ferries depart from Felixstowe.
Within Poland E30 follows National Road 2 (DK2) and the A2 motorway.
Świebodzin- Poznań- Konin- Stryków( Łódź) - Łowicz- Warsaw- Siedlce- Biała Podlaska
*M1: Brest -
The Russian stretch of this road coincides partly with the
Asian Highway Network's AH6(though this latter highway passes through Petropavl, Kazakhstanin its stretch between Chelyabinsk and Omsk, unlike the E30). The E30 follows the Russian main road M1 Belarus-Moscow, M5 Moscow-Chelyabinsk and M51 Chelyabinsk-Kurgan. It goes along minor roads past Ishimin order to avoid the Kazak border towards Omsk.
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