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History of Roads in Ireland There have been routes and trackways in Ireland connecting settlements and facilitating trade since ancient times. Ireland was never part of the Roman Empire and, therefore, Roman roads were not built in Ireland. However, an Iron Age road with a stone surface has been excavated in Munster  and togher Irish: Teamhair in Early Medieval Ireland.
The development of roads in Ireland seemed to have stagnated until the eighteenth- and early nineteenth-centuries. However, in the 18th century, a network of turnpike roads charging tolls was built: The average length of a turnpike road was 30 miles".
Routes to and from Dublin were developed initially and the network spread throughout the country. Turnpikes operated between and when the extensive railway network made them increasingly unpopular.
The first butter road was commissioned in and was built by John Murphy of Castleisland in County Kerry. The Military Road through County Wicklow was begun in and completed in Railways became the dominant form of land transport from the midth century.
This situation persisted until the first half of the 20th century when motorised road transport cars, buses and trucks gradually began to take over from railways as the most important form of land transport. Pre-independence legislation the Ministry of Transport Act,  laid the foundation for the regulation of the modern system of public roads in Ireland.
The Act gave the Minister for Local Government the power to classify roads: Trunk Road Funds were used to enable local councils to improve major roads and road surfacing was gradually undertaken throughout the s, s and beyond. By the s an established system of road classification and numbering with Trunk Roads and Link Roads had long been developed.
The present system of road classification and numbering began in when twenty-five National primary roads and thirty-three National secondary roads were designated. Regional roads were first formally designated inalthough Regional road route-numbers began appearing on signposts in the s.
The Roads Act also classified all public roads which are not national or regional roads as local roads. The Republic has an extensive network of public roads connecting all parts of the country.
As of 31 Decemberthere was a total of 7, Motorways were extended from Dublin to other major cities as part of the Transport 21 programme which aimed to have a world-class motorway network in place by the end of Dublin was the focus of some other major projects, such as the East-Link and West-Link toll-bridges, as well as the Dublin Port Tunnel.
Major by-pass projects were also built around other cities and towns. The different classes of roads in Ireland are allocated blocks of numbers so that no number is used more than once save in the case of Local Primary Roads. National Secondary Roads are numbered from N51 to N Regional Roads are numbered from R to R Local Primary Roads are numbered from L to L Local Secondary Roads are numbered from L to L Local Tertiary Roads are numbered from L to L with the first 4 digits representing the Local Primary or Secondary road it starts off from.
Local Tertiary roads which are unrelated to a Local Primary or Secondary road are given numbers from L up. Motorways in the Republic of Ireland In the Republic of Irelanda motorway forms part of a national primary route, but is indicated by the prefix M instead of N.
Motorways are the highest standard roads are certain drivers and vehicles are prohibited from using them. The motorway network has been expanded extensively since the s, through construction of new motorways and redesignation of existing motorway-standard dual-carriageway sections of National Primary routes.
The first motorway section in the state was the M7 Naas by-pass, which opened in Sinceall motorways in Ireland are part of, or form, national primary roads. The section around Athlone reverts to N6 status as it is an all-traffic dual carriageway.
This was the first city-to-city motorway link in Ireland. Opened in January Continues northbound towards Sligo as the N The motorway connects to all the national primary routes from Dublin to the main cities and regions of Ireland as well as Dublin City centre.
This affected most of the major inter-urban routes between Dublin and various towns and cities and some of the Atlantic Corridor along the Western seaboard.
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