The River Suir Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge over the River Suir in Ireland. It was built as part of the N25 Waterford Bypass,[2] and opened to traffic on the 19 October 2009, some ten months ahead of schedule.[3] The Viking settlement at Woodstown was discovered during the project and the route of the southern approach roads was altered to preserve the site.
The 230 metre main span has the longest single bridge span in the Republic of Ireland, winning that title from the Boyne River Bridge on the Dublin to Belfast M1 motorway; the main span of the Foyle Bridge is longer at 234m.
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River Suir Bridge

The River Suir Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge over the River Suir in Ireland. It was built as part of the N25 Waterford Bypass,[2] and opened to traffic on the 19 October 2009, some ten months ahead of schedule.[3] The Viking settlement at Woodstown was discovered during the project and the route of the southern approach roads was altered to preserve the site. The 230 metre main span has the longest single bridge span in the Republic of Ireland, winning that title from the Boyne River Bridge on the Dublin to Belfast M1 motorway; the main span of the Foyle Bridge is longer at 234m.

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