A515 road (Northern Ireland)

A515 road (Northern Ireland)

The A515 Skeoge Link is road in Northern Ireland which was designed to complete the route between Foyle Bridge and Donegal. It is part of a larger project to.
The A515 is a primary route in England. It runs 48 miles (77 km) from Lichfield, Staffordshire to encyclopedia. Jump to: navigation, search. This article is about road in England. For road in Northern Ireland, see A515 road (Northern Ireland).
This list gives all new road schemes completed in Northern Ireland since January A515 /A2 Culmore Road Roundabout upgrade, Derry, August.
Bad driving in Northern Ireland The single-carriageway section of the Skeoge Link to the east of the eastern roundabout. Source "Urban Roads", TA Warnock, CIHT Silver. Madam's Bank Road widening. Create a book Download as PDF Printable version. This Northern Ireland or road transport-related article is a stub. Log in to Pronouncekiwi. Have a better pronunciation?

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