N28 road (Ireland)
|Length||11.25 km (6.99 mi)|
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.
As of 2015, 11 km of motorway is being planned on the N28 between Cork and Ringaskiddy, with a final 1.5 km of single carriageway. It is estimated that work on this will commence in 2019, for completion in 2021.
- Roads Act 1993 (Classification of National Roads) Order 2006 – Department of Transport
- Website for the new M28 Motorway scheme
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