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The M2/Trunk Road T7 Order (Northern Ireland) 2013

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PART IIROADS AND LENGTHS OF ROAD TO BE TRUNK ROAD

1.  1130 metres of A2, Londonderry, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/1, made up as follows:

(a)Duke Street slip road from its junction with the roundabout at Craigavon Bridge Lower Deck to its junction with Duke Street (140 metres);

(b)Duke Street (including roundabout) (380 metres);

(c)Waterside Link (including roundabout) (455 metres);

(d)King Street (155 metres).

2.  3220 metres of A2 Clooney Road (including 3 roundabouts), in the townlands of Caw, Ballyoan, Gransha, Stradreagh More, Stradreagh Beg and Maydown, from a point 685 metres south-west of its junction with A514 Crescent Link to a point 80 metres north-east of its junction with C568 Maydown Road; more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/1.

3.  7360 metres of A2, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/1, made up as follows:

(a)7160 metres of Clooney Road, in the townlands of Tullybrisland, Dungullion, Gresteel Beg, Gresteel More, Gortgare, Tullyverry, Faughanvale, Coolagh, Carrickhugh, Tullymain, Walworth and Glasvey, from a point 930 metres north-west of its junction with U2132 Killylane Road to a point 2175 metres east of C519 Carnamuff Road; and

(b)200 metres of Main Street, in the townlands of Walworth and Glasvey, from a point 415 metres south-west of its junction with U2231 Station Road to a point 215 metres south-west of that junction.

4.  250 metres of A2 Main Street, in the townland of Drummond, from a point 465 metres north-east of its junction with U2231 Station Road to a point 715 metres north-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/1.

5.  440 metres of A2 Ballykelly Road, in the townlands of Drummond, Mulkeeragh and Ballyspallan, from a point 265 metres south-west of its junction with U2233 Tully Road to a point 175 metres north-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/1.

6.  1230 metres of A2 Ballykelly Road, in the townlands of Ballyspallan, Glebe, Tullyhoe and Rascahan, from a point 15 metres north-east of its junction with U2289 Spallan Road to a point 225 metres north-east of its junction with C532 Broighter Road, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/1.

7.  325 metres of A2 Ballykelly Road, in the townland of Rascahan, from a point 240 metres north-east of its junction with C532 Broighter Road to a point 565 metres north-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/1.

8.  9950 metres of A37, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2, made up as follows:

(a)3605 metres of Broad Road, in the townlands of Gortcorbies and Dunbeg, from a point 1255 metres north-east of its junction with C531 Drumalief Road to a point 4860 metres north-east of that junction; and

(b)6345 metres of Dunhill Road, in the townlands of Upper Balteagh, Lower Balteagh, Lower Kiltinny and Ardvarness, from a point 3730 metres south-west of its junction with U3325 Isle Road to a point 2615 metres north-east of that junction.

9.  40 metres of A37 Dunhill Road, in the townland of Farranlester, from a point 1590 metres north-east of its junction with B186 Cashel Road to a point 1630 metres north-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2.

10.  65 metres of A29 Dunhill Road (Drumcroon Road Roundabout), in the townland of Farranlester, from a point 15 metres south-west of its junction with A29 Drumcroon Road to a point 50 metres north-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2.

11.  1240 metres of A29 Dunhill Road (including Greenmount Roundabout), in the townlands of Farranlester, Lismurphy, Somerset and Churchland, from a point 910 metres north-east of its junction with A29 Drumcroon Road Roundabout to a point 2150 metres north-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2.

12.  490 metres of A26 Newbridge Road (including roundabout), in the townlands of Watt’s Town, Knockantern and Windy Hall, from a point 465 metres north-west of its junction with U3314 Hall Road to a point 25 metres south-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2.

13.  1025 metres of A26 Newbridge Road, in the townlands of Knockantern and Loughanreagh South, from a point 210 metres north-west of its junction with U3313 Warnocks Lane to a point 815 metres south-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2.

14.  3085 metres of A26 Newbridge Road, in the townlands of Pullans South, Pullans North, Seacon Lower (County Londonderry), Seacon Lower (County Antrim) and Seacon Beg, from a point 530 metres north-west of its junction with U3312 Ballywindelland Road to a point 360 metres south-east of its junction with U4128 Taughey Road, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2.

15.  85 metres of A26 Frosses Road (Kilraughts Roundabout), in the townland of Carnany Lower, from a point 50 metres north-west of its junction with B16 Kilraughts Road to a point 35 metres south-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/2.

16.  7710 metres of A26 Frosses Road, in the townlands of New Buildings South, Carnany Upper, Glenlough, Magheraboy Upper, Crosstagherty, Smallquarter, Artiferrall and Ballynaloob, from a point 1405 metres north-west of its junction with U4117 Glenlough Road to a point 195 metres south-east of its junction with U4120 Station Road, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3.

17.  630 metres of A26 Frosses Road, in the townland of Ballynaloob, from a point 1045 metres north-west of its junction with A44 Drones Road to a point 415 metres north-west of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3.

18.  2155 metres of A26 Frosses Road, in the townlands of Ballynaloob, Broughanore, Ballylig, and Drumadoon from a point 280 metres north-west of its junction with A44 Drones Road to a point 370 metres south-east of its junction with B94 Drumadoon Road, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3.

19.  240 metres of A26 Frosses Road, in the townland of Lisnasoo, from a point 130 metres north of its junction with C61 Lisnasoo Road to a point 110 metres south of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3.

20.  250 metres of A26 Frosses Road, in the townland of Frosses, from a point 290 metres south-east of its junction with C61 Lisnasoo Road to a point 540 metres south-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3.

21.  650 metres of A26 Frosses Road, in the townland of Frosses, from a point 1060 metres south-east of its junction with C61 Lisnasoo Road to a point 1710 metres south-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3.

22.  115 metres of A26 Frosses Road, in the townland of Ballyhutherland, from a point 1020 metres north-west of its junction with B64 Station Road to a point 905 metres north-west of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3.

23.  7395 metres of A26, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/3, made up as follows:

(a)325 metres of Frosses Road, in the townland of Drumakeely, from a point 325 metres north-west of its junction with B64 Station Road to that junction;

(b)6270 metres of Crankill Road, in the townlands of Drumakeely, Tullyreagh, Kildowney, Carnlea, Crankill, Fenagh and Teeshan, from its junction with B64 Station Road to a point 490 metres south-east of its junction with U2140 Clinty Road;

(c)310 metres of Crankill Road (one-way southbound), in the townlands of Teeshan and Loughmagarry, from a point 490 metres south-east of its junction with U2140 Clinty Road to a point 800 metres south-east of that junction; and

(d)490 metres of Crankill Road (one-way northbound), in the townland of Teeshan, from a point 490 metres south-east of its junction with U2140 Clinty Road to a point 980 metres south of that junction.

24.  110 metres of A26 (Ballee Roundabout) in the townland of Ballee, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/4.

25.  680 metres of A26 Lisnevenagh Road, in the townlands of Ballee and Cromkill, from a point 315 metres north-west of its junction with U2093 Ballylesson Road to a point 365 metres south-east of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/4.

26.  160 metres of A26 Lisnevenagh Road, in the townland of Crevilly-valley, from a point 875 metres north of its junction with C48 Woodgreen Road to a point 715 metres north of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/4.

27.  260 metres of A26 Lisnevenagh Road, in the townland of Ballymuckvea, from a point 190 metres north of its junction with C48 Woodgreen Road to a point 70 metres south of that junction, more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/4.

28.  560 metres of A2 more particularly delineated and coloured red on map T7/7, made up as follows:

(a)280 metres of Nelson Street, from its junction with M2 off-slip road (Nelson Street) to a point 10 metres south of its junction with Great George’s Street;

(b)Great George’s Street (125 metres); and

(c)155 metres of York Street, from a point 10 metres south of its junction with Great George’s Street to a point 145 metres north-east of that junction.

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