The N4 National Primary Route is part of the East/West road corridor linking Ireland’s largest transportation node (Dublin) with the largest transportation node in the North-West (Sligo). Read more about the N4 Collooney to Castlebaldwin
Construction works on behalf of Sligo County Council are currently ongoing by Fox Building & Engineering Ltd. on the N4-N15 Sligo Urban Improvement Scheme.
The N16 Lugatober (Drumkilsellagh to Lugnagall) Road Development has been subjected to Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA), Appropriate Assessment (AA) and a Compulsory Purchase Order (CPO)
The project is currently at Phase 2 (Options Selection) of the TII Project Management Guidelines. Read more on the N17 Knock to Collooney (AEC) Project
Sligo County Council commenced the Route Selection Process for the N59 Corhawnagh to Crockacullion Road Improvement Scheme in the autumn of 2017
The N4/N15 National Primary Route is a strategic road corridor linking Sligo to Letterkenny and was designated part of the ‘Atlantic Road Corridor’ (Transport 21, 2005) linking the port of Waterford in the south-east with the cities of Cork, Limerick, Galway, and Sligo and extending to Letterkenny in the north-west