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Coordinates: 40°26′40″N 8°30′59″W / 40.4444°N 8.5165°W / 40.4444; -8.5165

E01

Major junctions

North end Larne

South end Seville

Location

Countries  United Kingdom  Ireland  Spain  Portugal

Highway system

International E-road network

The European route E 01 is a series of roads in Europe, part of the United Nations
United Nations
International E-road network, running from Larne, United Kingdom
United Kingdom
to Seville, Spain. There is a sea crossing between Rosslare Harbour, in Ireland, and Ferrol, but no ferry service. The road also passes through Portugal
Portugal
– past the city of Porto, through the capital, Lisbon, and then south to the Algarve, passing Faro before reaching the Spanish border west of Huelva.

Contents

1 United Kingdom 2 Ireland 3 Spain 4 Portugal 5 Spain 6 References

United Kingdom[edit] Main article: European route E01
European route E01
in the United Kingdom

: Larne
Larne
- - (Start of multiplex with ) : - : - Belfast
Belfast
(Multiplex with ) : Belfast : Belfast
Belfast
- Lisburn
Lisburn
(End of multiplex with ) : Lisburn
Lisburn
- Newry

As with all E-roads in the United Kingdom, the E 01 is not signed. It begins in Larne, County Antrim
County Antrim
as the A8. A short section of the A8 at Newtownabbey
Newtownabbey
is under motorway regulations and is signed as the A8(M) motorway. This motorway joins the much longer M2 motorway to Belfast. At Belfast, the road becomes the A12 Westlink, a dual carriageway which links to the M1 motorway. The A1 leaves the motorway near Lisburn
Lisburn
and continues south as a dual carriageway. This takes the road over the border into Ireland. Ireland[edit]

E01 in County Wexford, Ireland.

Main article: European route E01
European route E01
in Ireland The dual carriageway continues in Ireland as the N1, which from Ballymascanlon
Ballymascanlon
in County Louth
County Louth
onwards is under motorway regulations and signed as the M1 motorway. The road follows the M1 south to Dublin, where, in the northern suburbs, it meets Dublin's ring road, the M50 motorway. It follows the M50 through the outer suburbs of Dublin
Dublin
until it meets the short M11 motorway near Shankill. The M11 continues as a dual carriageway, the N11, south of Bray
Bray
in County Wicklow. This section passes through the Glen of the Downs Nature Reserve. This section of the road is dual carriageway or motorway to south of Gorey
Gorey
in County Wexford. Following this, the remainder of the route in Ireland is single carriageway and passes through several towns and villages. The N11 continues to Wexford, where at a junction outside the town it meets the N25 road from Cork. The route follows the N25 to its final destination in Ireland of Rosslare Europort. All remaining sections of the N11 (and therefore E01) outside of Dublin
Dublin
are due to be replaced by motorways or dual carriageways.[1][2][3] Spain[edit]

E01 near Vigo, Spain.

Main article: European route E01
European route E01
in Spain The E 01 has two sections in Spain. The northern section is between Ferrol and Tui at the Portuguese border. It follows the motorway AP-9, a.k.a. The Atlantic Axis, which connects the Galician cities of Ferrol, A Coruña, Santiago de Compostela, Pontevedra
Pontevedra
and Vigo, continuing south towards Tui. The E 01 follows the motorway A-55 near the city of Tui to the Portuguese border at the river Minho. Portugal[edit]

E01 passing at Ponte do Freixo, Porto.

Main article: European route E01
European route E01
in Portugal In Portugal, the route is composed of the following sections, always as a motorway (called auto-estrada in Portuguese):

A3: Valença (border) - Braga
Braga
- Porto A20: Porto A1: Porto
Porto
- Coimbra
Coimbra
- Lisbon IP1 (Vasco da Gama bridge): Lisbon
Lisbon
- Montijo A12: Montijo - Junction with A2 A2: Junction with A12 - Albufeira A22: Albufeira
Albufeira
- Castro Marim
Castro Marim
(border)

In the section Aveiro Norte - Lisbon
Lisbon
of the A1, the E01 follows the same route as the E80. In that section the E80 signage prevails over the E01 signage, this last rarely appearing. Spain[edit] Main article: European route E01
European route E01
in Spain The second Spanish section is between Ayamonte
Ayamonte
at the Portuguese border and Sevilla. It follows the motorway A-49, and passes near the city of Huelva. The border is at the Guadiana
Guadiana
river. References[edit]

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