Republic of Ireland, UK
Miles of length
The M4-M6 highway, which covers the 23 miles between Kilcock and Kinnegad near Dublin, absorbs a high volume of the daily traffic between the capital and the surrounding areas.
Cintra’s first project in Ireland
The M4-M6 Kilcock-Kinnegad highway forms part of the east-west corridor , one of the busiest and most economically important roadways in Ireland. The M4-M6 connects the cities of Dublin and Galway. The M4-M6 highway, which covers the 23 miles between Kilcock and Kinnegad near Dublin, absorbs a high volume of the daily traffic between the capital and the surrounding areas.
Significant safety features
The highway consists in lanes 3.75 meters wide, medians of 9 m and generous shoulders up to 3 m in width.
A very active economy lacking a highway network
Modernization of the roadway network has been a vital catalyst in the economic development of the country. The M4-M6 undoubtedly represents one of the most important milestones in this process since it significantly reduces transport costs between Dublin and Galway, Ireland’s most important tourist resort.
Providing a boost for Ireland’s economy
Amongst the numerous corporative social responsibility-related objectives fulfilled, the creation of 60 permanent jobs in the region stands out. In addition, construction of the M4-M6 has brought a breath of fresh air both to the environment and to safety, reducing fuel consumption significantly.