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A National Secondary Route is a category of road in the Republic of Ireland. These roads form an important part of the national route network, but are secondary to the main arterial routes (which are classified as National Primary Routes. Secondary roads are designated route numbers higher than those used for primary routes, but with the same "N" prefix. Routes N51 and higher are all secondary routes. A typical Irish road sign in Mullingar, County Westmeath Ireland, both north and south of the border, has an extensive network of roads. ...


National Secondary Routes have a default speed limit of 100 km/h, as along with National Primary Routes, they fall into the speed limit category of "National Routes".


Secondary routes are generally more poorly maintained than primary routes, but carry more traffic than regional roads. Some sections of secondary routes are even dual-carriageway, while some are narrow two-lane country roads, indistinguishable from regional roads. A Regional Road in the Republic of Ireland is a class of road not forming a major route (such as a National Primary Route, or National Secondary Route), but nevertheless forming a link in the national road network. ...


Many national secondary routes, though not arterial routes between major cities, connect large areas to major population centres. For example, the N59 through County Galway and County Mayo, the N70 road through County Kerry (see Ring of Kerry), the N71 through West Cork. For this reason, many national secondary routes are well-travelled by tourists. County Galway (Contae na Gaillimhe in Irish) is located on the west coast of Ireland. ... County Mayo (Irish: Maigh Eo, the plain of the yews) is a county on the west coast of Ireland. ... County Kerry (Irish: Ciarraí) is a county in the southwest of Ireland, in the Munster province of the Republic of Ireland, informally referred to as The Kingdom. ... Ring of Kerry The Ring of Kerry is a tourist trail in County Kerry, south-western Ireland. ... West Cork (Irish: Iarthar Chorcaí) in south-west Ireland, lies in Irelands largest county, County Cork. ...


List of National Secondary Routes

(XXXX) = Junction with road XXXX, e.g. (N21) = Junction with N21 road The N21 road is a National Primary Route in Ireland, forming part of the overall route from Limerick to Tralee. ...

Drogheda (Droichead Átha in Irish, meaning Bridge of the Ford) is an industrial and port town in County Louth on the east coast of Ireland, 56 km north of Dublin. ... Slane (Baile Shláine in Irish) is an ancient town on the River Boyne in County Meath, Ireland. ... The N2 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin with Derry, passing through the eastern part of Ireland. ... Navan (An Uaimh in Irish, meaning The Cave) is the administrative town of County Meath, Ireland. ... The N3 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, running from Dublin to Cavan Town and the border area of Ireland. ... Delvin (Irish: Dealbhna) is a small town in north County Westmeath, Ireland located on the N52 road. ... A National Secondary Route is a category of road in the Republic of Ireland. ... Mullingar (An Muileann gCearr in Irish, meaning The Crooked Mill) is the administrative centre of County Westmeath, Ireland and the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Meath. ... A National Secondary Route is a category of road in the Republic of Ireland. ... Dundalk (Irish: Dún Dealgan) is a town in County Louth in the Republic of Ireland, close to the border with Northern Ireland. ... The Boyne River Bridge, one of the main engineering features of the M1 motorway, crosses the River Boyne west of Drogheda. ... An October day on Market Street near Tenantys Pub. ... The N2 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin with Derry, passing through the eastern part of Ireland. ... Kells (Ceannanas Mór in Irish, meaning Great Chief Abode) is a town in County Meath in Ireland. ... The N3 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, running from Dublin to Cavan Town and the border area of Ireland. ... Delvin (Irish: Dealbhna) is a small town in north County Westmeath, Ireland located on the N52 road. ... Mullingar (An Muileann gCearr in Irish, meaning The Crooked Mill) is the administrative centre of County Westmeath, Ireland and the seat of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Meath. ... Tyrrellspass (Bealach an Tirialaigh in Irish) is a town in County Westmeath, Ireland. ... The N6 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin to Galway across the midlands of Ireland. ... Kilbeggan (Irish: Cill Bheagáin) is a town located in County Westmeath, Ireland. ... Durrow (Darú in Irish) is a small town in County Laois, Ireland. ... Tullamore (Tulach Mhór in Irish) is a large town in County Offaly, Republic of Ireland, located in the midlands region of Ireland, with approxiamately 15,000 inhabitants. ... Birr (Biorra in Irish) is a town in the Midlands county of Offaly in the Republic of Ireland. ... The N7 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin to Limerick. ... Flag of Nenagh Nenagh (An tAonach in Irish) is the largest town in North Tipperary, Ireland, with a population in 2002 of 6,454. ... The N6 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin to Galway across the midlands of Ireland. ... Remains of the abbey at Athlone. ... Edgeworthstown (Irish: Meathas Troim) is a town in County Longford, Ireland. ... The N4 road is a National primary route in the Republic of Ireland, running from Dublin to the northwest of Ireland and Sligo Town. ... Granard (Gránard in Irish) is a town in County Longford, Ireland. ... The N3 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, running from Dublin to Cavan Town and the border area of Ireland. ... Cavan (Irish: An Cabhán meaning a hollow) is the main town and administrative centre of County Cavan, Republic of Ireland. ... A National Secondary Route is a category of road in the Republic of Ireland. ... The N15 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, running through County Donegal and the northwest of Ireland to connect Sligo to Stranorlar, Lifford and onwards to Strabane and Derry. ... Donegal (Dún na nGall in Irish) is a town in County Donegal, Ireland. ... Killybegs is an important fishing port in Ireland, and its harbour is often full with trawlers. ... Glenties (Irish: Na Gleanntaí meaning The Glens) is a small town in the northwest of Ireland in central County Donegal. ... Dungloe (An Clochán Liath in Irish) is a town in County Donegal, Republic of Ireland, and is the main town in The Rosses. ... Dunfanaghy (Dún Fionnachaidh in Irish) is a small village in County Donegal, Republic of Ireland. ... Letterkenny (Leitir Ceanainn in Irish) is the largest town in County Donegal in the Republic of Ireland, located 35 miles north of Donegal Town and 20 miles west of Derry in Northern Ireland. ... The N14 road is a National Primary Route in Ireland, connecting the towns of Letterkenny and Lifford in County Donegal, and running to the border with Northern Ireland to connect with Strabane. ... Galway (official Irish name: Gaillimh) is the only city in the province of Connacht in Ireland and capital of County Galway. ... The N6 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin to Galway across the midlands of Ireland. ... Moycullen (Maigh Cuilinn in Irish) is a village in County Galway, Ireland. ... Oughterard (Uachtar Ard in Irish) is a small town on the banks of the Owenriff River close to the south shore of Lough Corrib in County Galway, Ireland. ... Clifden (An Clochán in Irish) is a town on the coast of County Galway, Ireland. ... Westport (Cathair na Mart in Irish) is a town in County Mayo in the Republic of Ireland. ... The N5 road is a National Primary Route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin with Westport and the west of Ireland. ... Bangor Erris (in Irish, Beannchar) is a village in County Mayo, Ireland. ... Ballina (Béal an Átha or Béal Átha an Fheadha in Irish), is the second largest town in County Mayo in the Republic of Ireland, and was the largest until Castlebar surpassed it between the 1996 and 2002 Censuses. ... The N4 road is a National primary route in the Republic of Ireland, running from Dublin to the northwest of Ireland and Sligo Town. ... Sligo (Sligeach in Irish) is the county town of County Sligo in the Republic of Ireland. ... The N18 is the main road from Limerick to Shannon Airport, Ennis and on to Galway. ... Kinvara (Irish: Cinn Mhara, meaning head of the sea), a sea port village located in the south of County Galway in the province of Connacht on the west coast of Ireland. ... Ballyvaughan is a small village in County Clare in the Republic of Ireland on the south shores of Galway Bay, north of The Burren area. ... Lisdoonvarna (Irish: Lios Dúin Bhearna) is a spa town in county Clare in the Republic of Ireland, famous for its music and festivals. ... Ennistimon or Ennistymon (Irish: Inis Diomáin) is a village in County Clare, Republic of Ireland, near the west coast of Ireland. ... Kilkee (Cill Chaoi in Irish) is a small coastal town in County Clare, Ireland. ... Kilrush (Cill Rois in Irish) is a coastal town in County Clare, Ireland. ... There are a number of places called Tarbert in Scotland, and each is characterised by a narrow strip of land, usually where two lochs nearly meet. ... A National Secondary Route is a category of road in the Republic of Ireland. ... A National Secondary Route is a category of road in the Republic of Ireland. ... Limerick (Irish: Luimneach) is a city and the county seat of County Limerick in the province of Munster, in the midwest of the Republic of Ireland. ... Askeaton Castle viewed from the town square Askeaton (Eas Geitine in Irish) is a town located in County Limerick, Ireland on the N69 road about two miles upstream from the River Shannons Estuary. ... Foynes (Irish: An Faing) is a small town and major port in County Limerick, in the Midwest of Ireland, located at the edge of hilly land. ... There are a number of places called Tarbert in Scotland, and each is characterised by a narrow strip of land, usually where two lochs nearly meet. ... Bridge over the River Feale at Listowel Listowel (Lios Tuathail, Tuthails fort, in Irish) is a market town in County Kerry, Ireland, and is situated on the River Feale, 28 km (17 miles) from the county town, Tralee. ... Tralee (Irish: Trá Lí) is the county town of County Kerry in Ireland. ... The N21 road is a National Primary Route in Ireland, forming part of the overall route from Limerick to Tralee. ... The N81 road is a National Secondary route in the Republic of Ireland, connecting Dublin with Tullow, County Carlow. ... Dublin (Irish: Baile Átha Cliath),is the capital and largest city of the Republic of Ireland, located near the midpoint of Irelands east coast, at the mouth of the River Liffey and at the centre of the Dublin region. ... Terenure (Tír an Iúir in Irish: Land of the Yew Trees) is a residential suburb of Dublin, Ireland. ... Tallaght (Tamhlacht in Irish) is a large suburban area in the administrative county of South Dublin, Ireland situated to the south west of Dublin city. ... Tullow (An Tulach in Irish) is a town in County Carlow, Ireland. ... Ballon may refer to: Ballon (Balana in Irish), a village in County Carlow, Ireland Ballon, in the Charente-Maritime département, in France Ballon, in the Sarthe département, in France This is a disambiguation page — a navigational aid which lists pages that might otherwise share the same title. ...

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