This article is about the Class III road numbered C28 maintained by DfI Roads.
For other roads numbered C28, see C28
The C28 starts off at its south west end as merely an access lane for traffic going between the A57 and the B39 as the latter crosses the former only via a bridge and with no junction providing direct access. Traffic must therefore must use one of the segments of the C28 Old Ballyrobin Road from the A57 either side of the B39 which will lead onto the B39 a short distance from where the other reaches the B39. The next segment of the C28 heads north from the A57 slightly further east and meets a T junction in Dunadry. The road west is a U road, but the C road continues east through the village to meet the A6 beside the bridge over the Six Mile Water. Just across the bridge, the route resumes in a north east direction along Ballybentragh Road to terminate on the B95 just across the M2 from the village of Parkgate. Originally, the road continued from this point south east along Loughanmore Road to meet the A6 at Templepatrick Roundabout. This is now part of the B95.