The R402 road is a Regional Route in the Ireland, linking the M4 at Enfield, County Meath to the R420 east of Tullamore in County Offaly .
It starts (heading west) in the centre of Enfield; crosses the R148 and M4 at a complex (tolled) junction at the edge of the town.
Immediately enters County Kildare at Johnstown Bridge, then through Kilshanchoe to Carbury where it meets the R403 just beside the source of the River Boyne at Trinity Well. Heads west to Edenderry, where it crosses the Grand Canal.
Continues west, entering Daingean running along the south bank of the Grand Canal. from there it heads southwest to the R420, where it ends.
The route is long.
Map of the route
R402 Routemap by Google Maps
The R402 Enfield to Edenderry Improvement Scheme
will result in the construction of 10.2 km of two-way single carriage road . Carbury village will likely be bypassed by this new route. It is expected that this scheme will commence in the second quarter of 2008 .