R116 road (Ireland)
|Length:||19 km (12 mi)|
The official definition of the R116 from the Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2006  reads:
- R116: Ballyboden - Loughlinstown, County Dublin
- Between its junction with R115 at Scholarstown Road in the county of South Dublin and its junction with R117 at Kiltiernan in the county of DunLaoghaire - Rathdown via Edmondstown Road and Cruagh in the county of South Dublin: Tibradden, Glencullen and Ballybetagh all in the county of DunLaoghaire - Rathdown
- between its junction with R117 at Glenamuck South and its junction with N11 at Loughlinstown via Ballycorus Road, Rathmichael Road, Stonebridge Road, Mullinastill Road and Cherrywood Road all in the county of Dún Laoghaire–Rathdown.
East-West: Starts at N11 Cherrywood Road and runs under the old Harcourt Street railway line viaduct and on through Brides Glen where it goes under the M50 and crosses over the Loughlinstown River. Proceeds east along Ballycorus Road to a junction with the R117 in Kilternan. Crosses the R117 at a staggered junction in Kilternan before climbing steeply SW up Ballybetagh Road to Glencullen.
Continues east along the northern side of a deep valley formed by Two Rock Mountain (536 m) and Tibradden Mountain to the north and Glendoo Mountain (586 m) to the south, where it reaches its high point of 287m (1,263ft). From the head of the valley it descends steeply through the Pine Forest and continues down through Rockbrook and Edmondstown (where it again passes underneath the M50) to its termination in Ballyboden where it meets the R115.
Map of the route
- Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2006 – Department of Transport. transport.ie
- Statutory Instrument 188 of 2006 — Roads Act 1993 (Classification of Regional Roads) Order 2006, Irish Statute Book (irishstatutebook.ie). Retrieved 2010-08-02.