N81 road (Ireland)

N81 Road (Ireland)

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The N81 road is a national secondary road in Ireland, connecting the gates of Trinity College, Dublin to Tullow, County Carlow, north to south. The N81 continues past Tullow for another 8 km to terminate at the village of Closh, County Carlow, where it intersects the N80. The N81 is 88 km (55 miles) long. The road is a dual carriageway between Templeogue and west of Tallaght, known as the Tallaght Bypass or Blessington Road. It intersects with the M50 motorway at Junction 11. There are plans to extend the dual carriageway by to the urban boundary. South Dublin County Council. Retrieved: 2011-02-14.

The N81 is the only major national road emanating from Dublin that is a national secondary rather than national primary road.

The official definition of the N81 from the Roads Act, 1993 (Declaration of National Roads) Order, 1994 , Irish Statute Book (irishstatutebook.ie). (HTML file). Retrieved 2010-02-14. – Department of Transport. Retrieved: 2011-02-14. states:

<u>N81</u>: <u>Dublin — Closh Cross, County Carlow</u>

Between its junction with N11 at Church Lane in the county borough of Dublin and its junction with N80 at Closh Cross in the county of Carlow via Dame Street, Cork Hill, Lord Edward Street, Christchurch Place, Nicholas Street, Patrick Street, New Street South, Clanbrassil Street Lower, Clanbrassil Street Upper, Harold's Cross Road, Terenure Road......

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