N20 road (Ireland)

N20 Road (Ireland)

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The N20 road is a national primary road in Ireland, connecting the cities of Cork and Limerick. Buttevant, Croom, Charleville, Mallow and Blarney are major towns along the route. Part of the route is a motorway, designated as the M20 Motorway.


M20 Rosbrien Interchange (Limerick) to Patrickswell

The route starts at junction 1 at the Rosbrien interchange (south of Limerick City) where it connects to the M7 and the N18 which form the Limerick Southern Ring Road. The route continues from this interchange as motorway (see thumbnail). This route was redesignated as motorway in August 2009. The route bypasses Dooradoyle and Raheen, through which the old N20 route used to run until the early 2000s. Interchanges and link roads connect to these locations. Two further interchanges are located on the motorway, at either end of Patrickswell. At the latter, the M/N20 route leaves the main road (which continues as the N21 to Tralee), i.e. one must turn off the dual carriageway to stay on the M/N20.

N20 Patrickswell to Cork City

A wide two lane road brings traffic along the Croom bypass (prior to the opening of this bypass at a cost of €20 million on 12 July 2001, the route went through the town).The Irish Times, July 13, 2001, p. 2. Past this new section of road, narrow two-lane road commences, ending at Charleville. The route passes through the town, running along Main Street. The road between Charleville and the next town, Buttevant is of...
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