The B532 is a short link road in the north of Antrim. The road was built in the early 1990s to serve a new motorway junction on the M2 and presumably had its number from the beginning.
The road starts at traffic lights on the B518 Stiles Way. Interestingly motorway-bound traffic is signed to stay on that road; this is presumably due to the fact that traffic could only leave the motorway via the B532 for the first 15 years of its existence. We head northeast along Steeple Road and pass a housing estate before Steeple Road bears left and the road name changes to Bush Road.
Continuing ahead, we climb past a health centre and skirt the grounds of Antrim Hospital. A roundabout is then reached, which is part of M2J7; as well as serving the westbound slip roads it also provides access to the hospital. The eastbound slip roads are served by the next roundabout, where the B532 ends; an unclassified road continues ahead.