|Overall length:||5,800 km|
The E 30 runs in Ireland from Cork to Rosslare Harbor , in Great Britain from Fishguard ( Wales ) via London to Felixstowe . On the European mainland it leads in the Netherlands from Hoek van Holland as A1 , A28 , A27 , A12 , A4 and N211 to Hengelo , in Germany from Bad Bentheim via the A 30 , A 2 , A 10 and A 12 to Frankfurt (Oder ) , then as A2 , S2 and DK2 through Poland and as M 1 through Belarus . In Russia it runs through Moscow and then follows the course of the M 5 via Samara and Ufa until it ends in Omsk .
In Russia, the possibility of continuing on the routes of the M 51 , M 55 , M 58 and M 60 makes the E 30 part of the transcontinental road connection from Cork to Vladivostok . The total length of this connection is over 6,500 km, of which around 3800 km are on the Cork – Moscow route and 2700 km on the Moscow-Omsk route.
In Ireland the E30 runs on the route of the N25. In Great Britain and the Netherlands , the E 30 is partially developed as a motorway , in Germany completely . In Poland , the E 30 between the border with Germany and Warsaw has already been developed as a motorway. The expansion of the remaining route to the border with Belarus is in the planning stage. In Belarus almost the entire route has four lanes, but is not designated as a motorway.
Until December 2018, the E 30 ran over the B 61 through Bad Oeynhausen. With the opening of the Bad Oeynhausen northern bypass, the E 30 was relocated to the A 30. The B 61 was thus revoked the status of a European road. At the same time, the last seven traffic lights on the route between Amsterdam and Warsaw were canceled.
in Great Britain:
in the Netherlands:
- Bad Oeynhausen
- Frankfurt (Oder)