R108 road (Ireland)

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R108 road
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Length: 48 km (30 mi)
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The R108 road is a regional road in Ireland, linking Drogheda in County Louth to the N2 in Phibsborough, Dublin.

The official description of the R108 from the Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2006 [1] reads:

R108: Dublin - Naul, County Dublin - Drogheda, County Louth
Between its junction with N81 at Christchurch Place and its junction with N2 at Phibsborough Road via High Street, Cornmarket, Bridge Street, Father Matthew Bridge, Church Street, Church Street Upper and Constitution Hill all in the city of Dublin
and
between its junction with N2 at Botanic Road in the city of Dublin and its junction with R122 at Newtown in the county of Fingal via Botanic Road, Saint Mobhi Road and Ballymun Road in the city of Dublin: Ballymun Road and Harristown in the county of Fingal
and
between its junction with R122 at Shanganhill and its junction with R125 at Roganstown via Coultry, Huntstown, Cook's Cross, Knocksedan Bridge and Rathbeal all in the county of Fingal
and
between its junction with R125 at Roganstown in the county of Fingal and its junction with N1 at Dublin Road in the borough of Drogheda via Belinstown, Ballyboghill, Gerardstown, Nag's Head, Naul and Westown in the county of Fingal: Naul Bridge at the boundary between the county of Fingal and the county of Meath: Clinstown, Calliagstown and Bryanstown in the county of Meath: Beymore Road, Duleek Street and Mary Street in the borough of Drogheda.

The road is 48 kilometres (30 mi) long.

R108 in Ballymun, northbound carriageway

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  1. ^ Statutory Instrument 188 of 2006 — Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2006, Irish Statute Book (irishstatutebook.ie). Retrieved 2010-08-02.