N28 road (Ireland)

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N28 road
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The N28 road is a national primary road in Ireland. It connects the port and village of Ringaskiddy to Cork city.

The road leaves Cork from an interchange on the N40 Cork South Ring Road near Douglas. It runs southwards towards Carrigaline, joining the Carrigaline Road. North of Carrigaline the route leaves the Shannonpark Roundabout and proceeds east through the village of Shanbally to Ringaskiddy.

Prior to the completion of the South Ring the N28 formed the route from the Bandon Road interchange through the Kinsale Road interchange to where it presently leaves the N40 ring road. Currently, 13 km (8.1 mi) of dual carriageway is being planned on the N28 between Cork and Ringaskiddy.

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June 2012 NRA SURVEY N28 - please complete http://www.mvasurvey.com/n28/

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