The M11 Gorey to Enniscorthy (M11 GtoE) PPP Scheme is responsible for the financing, design, construction, operation and maintenance of a new section of the M11 motorway (approximately 27 km) from the end of the Gorey Bypass at Clogh to the townland of Scurlockbush, south of Enniscorthy. Additionally, the M11 GtoE PPP Scheme has been responsible for the financing, design and construction, but not the operation and maintenance, of the new N30 bypass to the west of Enniscorthy (comprising of approximately 8 km of single carriageway road connecting the previously existing N30 road with the N80 road at Clavass). Finally, as part of the PPP Scheme, a new section of the old N80 road, now N30 (4km of double carriageway section), linking the new N30 bypass at Clavass with the new M11 motorway section at Ballydawnmore, was also financed, designed and constructed by the PPP Company and it is currently being operated and maintained under the same PPP Scheme.
Other features of the new scheme consist of the following:
- A new, all movements grade separated junction in Frankfort, with tie-ins to the existing M11 and the new Access Road.
- A new all movements grade separated junction in Ballydawmore, with tie-ins to the new N80 Link Road and R744 Link Road.
- A new at-grade roundabout in Scurlocksbush with tie-ins to the existing N11.
- Two, connected at-grade roundabouts in Ballynahallin / Clavass, with tie-ins to the existing N80.
- 28 new bridges.
- 48 culverts.
- 29 access structures.