M3 motorway (Northern Ireland)

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M3
Route information
Length0.8 mi (1.3 km)
Existed1995–present
HistoryConstructed 1995–1998
Major junctions
West endUK-Motorway-M2.svg M2
 City centre
East endUK road A2.svg A2 Sydenham Bypass
Location
Primary
destinations
Bangor, Belfast
Highway system
M2A2

The M3 is a motorway in Belfast that is 0.8 miles long. It is the shortest motorway in Northern Ireland. It is one of the busiest motorways in Northern Ireland, 60,000 vehicles use it per day.[1]

Junctions[change | change source]

M3 motorway
Eastbound exits Junction Westbound exits
End of motorwayM2 motorway continuesM2 The NORTH, Docks (N), International Airport Airport interchange

A12 The WEST, The SOUTH, Docks (S)

1a Start of motorway
Lagan Bridge
Start of motorway 1 End of motorwayA2 dual carriageway continuesCity Airport Airport interchange Bangor, Newtownards A2

Titanic Quarter, Belfast (E), Newcastle

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