Trunk Roads (Designation of Routes) Order (Northern Ireland) 1998

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Published: 1998-09-10

Statutory Rules of Northern Ireland
1998 No. 318

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Trunk Roads (Designation of Routes) Order (Northern Ireland) 1998

Made
10th September 1998

Coming into operation
23rd October 1998

WHEREAS the Department of the Environment considers it expedient for the purpose of extending, improving and reorganising the trunk system that the roads described in the Schedule should be designated trunk roads;
AND WHEREAS notice has been published and served in compliance with paragraphs 1 and 2 of Schedule 8 to the Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993(1);
AND WHEREAS no objection has been received;

NOW THEREFORE the Department, in exercise of the powers conferred on it by Article 14(1) of the Roads (Northern Ireland) Order 1993 and of every other power enabling it in that behalf, hereby orders and directs as follows:

Citation and commencement

1.  This Order may be cited as the Trunk Roads (Designation of Routes) Order (Northern Ireland) 1998 and shall come into operation on 23rd October 1998.

Designation of routes

2.  The existing roads described in the Schedule shall become trunk roads.

Revocations

3.  The Belfast — Ballygawley — Londonderry Trunk Road (Portadown — Birches) Order (Northern Ireland) 1968(2) and The Portadown — Birches Trunk Road (Market Street to Obins Street, Portadown) Order (Northern Ireland) 1972(3) are hereby revoked.

Sealed with the Official Seal of the Department of the Environment on

L.S.
J. Carlisle
Assistant Secretary
10th September 1998.

SCHEDULERoads which become Trunk Roads by virtue of this Order

Name of Trunk Road
Trunk Road Number
Existing Classification Number
General Description of Route

Belfast—

Newtownards—

Bangor

T11
A20
Belfast (West end of both Queen Elizabeth Bridge and Queen’s Bridge, Middlepath Street, (including Bridge End), Newtownards Road)—Dundonald (Kempstones Road)—Newtownards (Blair Mayne Road North, Church Street, Regent Street, Frances Street, Castle Place, Castle Street, Portaferry Road to Junction with A21 (New Road) and including Court Square, Court Street, Old Cross Street, High Street, Conway Square (south), Mill Street and Gibson’s Lane).

A21
Newtownards (Junction with A20, New Road, George’s Street, Zion Place)—Conlig Bypass—Bangor (Junction with Bangor Ring Road (Newtownards Road roundabout)).

Belfast—

Comber—

Newtownards

T12
A22
Belfast (Junction with A20 (Dundonald)) — Comber (Junction with A21 (Killinchy Road/Comber Bypass)).

A21
Comber (Junction with A22, Killinchy Street, The Square, Bridge Street)— Newtownards (South Street, Conway Square).

Carryduff—

Downpatrick

T13
A7
Carryduff (Junction with A24 (Carryduff Roundabout))—Saintfield—Crossgar— Downpatrick (Junction with A25 (Belfast Road roundabout)).

Belfast Outer

Ring

T14
A55
Belfast (Junction with A2 (Tillysburn) Holywood Road, Parkway, Hawthornden Way, Knock Road, Upper Knockbreda Road, Belvoir Road, Milltown Road, Malone Road, Balmoral Avenue, Stockman’s Lane, Junction with M1 (Stockman’s Lane Roundabout)).

Warrenpoint—

Newry—

Dungannon—

Coleraine

T15
A2
Warrenpoint, (Harbour access) — Newry (Kilmorey Street to Junction with A1 (William Street)).

A1
Newry (Junction with A2 (Kilmorey Street) William Street, Abbey Way, Upper Water Street, Trevor Hill, Downshire Road, Belfast Road, Newry Bypass, Junction with A28 (Armagh Road)).

A28
Newry (Junction with Newry Bypass)— Markethill (Bypass) — Armagh (Junction with A3 (Friary Road)).

A3
Armagh (Junction with A28 (Friary Road), Barrack Street, The Mall West, Junction with A29 (College Street)).

A29
Armagh (Junction with A3 (College Street), Lonsdale Road, Railway Street, Moy Road)— Dungannon, (Ranfurly Road, Northland Place, Northland Row, Circular Road, Carland Road) — Cookstown — Moneymore — Desertmartin —Maghera — Garvagh — Coleraine (Junction with A37).

Craigavon —

Newry

T16
A27
Craigavon (Junction with A3 (Northway/Armagh Road roundabout), Armagh Road, Mahon Road) — Tandragee — Newry (Junction with A1 (Newry Bypass)).

Castledawson —

Londonderry

T17
A6
Castledawson (Killyneese roundabout) — Maghera (Bypass) — Dungiven — Londonderry (Glendermott Road, Junction with A2 (Limavady Road)).

Cloughmills —

Ballycastle

T18
A44
Cloughmills (Junction with A26, (Frosses Road)) — Armoy — Ballycastle (Coleraine Road, Castle Street to The Diamond (Junction with A2)).

Ballymena —

Kilwaughter

T19
A36
Ballymena (Junction with M2 (Larne Road roundabout), Moorfields, Shane’s Hill) — Kilwaughter (Junction with A8).

Killead —

Templepatrick —

Ballynure

T20

A57
Killead (Junction with A26 (Killead roundabout)) — Templepatrick (Junction with A6 (Kilmakee roundabout)).

A6
Templepatrick (Junction with A57 (Kilmakee roundabout), Junction with A57 (Paradise Walk roundabout)).

A57
Templepatrick (Junction with A6 (Paradise Walk roundabout)) — Ballyclare Bypass — Ballynure (Junction with A8).

Belfast—

Carrickfergus

T21
M5
Belfast (Junction with M2/A2 (Greencastle Junction), Junction with A2 (Rushpark roundabout)).

A2
Junction with M5 (Rushpark roundabout) — Carrickfergus (Albert Road roundabout).

Londonderry

T22
A514
Londonderry (Junction with A6 (Altnagelvin roundabout), Crescent Link, Junction with A2 (Caw roundabout)).

A515
Londonderry (Junction with A2 (Caw roundabout), Madam’s Bank Road, Junction with A2 (Culmore roundabout)).

Enniskillen—

Belleek

T23
A46
Enniskillen (Junction with A4 (West
Bridge), The Brook, Willoughby Place, Derrygonnelly Road, Lough Shore Road) — Belleek land frontier with Republic of Ireland.

Explanatory Note

(This note is not part of the Order.)
This Order provides that existing roads specified in the Schedule shall become trunk roads from 23rd October 1998.
The Order also revokes the Belfast — Ballygawley — Londonderry Trunk Road (Portadown — Birches) Order (Northern Ireland) 1968 and the Portadown — Birches Trunk Road (Market Street to Obins Street, Portadown) Order (Northern Ireland) 1972 as these roads are no longer to be part of the trunk road system.


(1)
S.I. 1993/3160 (N.I. 15); see Article 2(2) for the definition of “the Department”

(2)
S.R. & O. (N.I.) 1968 No. 264

(3)
S.R. & O. (N.I.) 1972 No. 52
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