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Kinnegad

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KINNEGAD
Cionn Átha Gad
Location Map ( geo)
Trim Road in Kinnegad - Geograph - 2641300.jpg
Trim Road in Kinnegad
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County
Westmeath
Forward Destination on
M4, M6
Next Terminal & Intermediate Destinations
Athlone • Dublin • Mullingar

Kinnegad is a town in the Irish Midlands. It is a very important junction on the road network, as it's where traffic from Dublin splits for the northwest via the M4 to Sligo and County Donegal, and the west via the M6 towards Galway and the Atlantic Coast in that region.

The junction has moved several times since the origin of road numbering. Originally, the N6 branched off the N4 at the western end of the High Street along Athlone Road, with the N4 continuing along Mullingar Road. An N6 relief road was built in the late 1990s, while the current motorway junction opened in 2005.

Routes

Route To Notes

M4

Sligeach / SLIGO ·

An Muileann gCearr / MULLINGAR

M4

Áth Cliath / DUBLIN ·

An Bóthar Buí / ENFIELD · Maigh Nuad / MAYNOOTH

M6

Gaillimh / GALWAY ·

Baile Átha Luain / ATHLONE

R148

An Bóthar Buí / ENFIELD Former N4

R161

Baile Átha Troim / TRIM

R401

Éadan Doire / EDENDERRY

R446

Droichead Chaisleán Loiste / ROCHFORTBRIDGE Former N6




Kinnegad
Junctions
Roads
M4 (Republic of Ireland) • M6 (Republic of Ireland) • N4 • N6 • R148 • R161 • R401 • R446 • T3 • T4 • T26
Related Pictures
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N4 section - Coppermine - 4218.jpgN6 just after the N4 split - Coppermine - 19357.JPGStart of the N6 at Kinnegad - Coppermine - 9669.jpgN6 mystery bridge piers - Coppermine - 9660.jpgN6 eastbound approaching Kinnegad - Coppermine - 9414.jpg
Destinations in the Republic of Ireland
Major CitiesCork • Dublin • Galway • Limerick • Waterford
Terminal DestinationsArdee • Athlone • Ballina • Ballyshannon • Belturbet • Belview Port • Blackrock • Borrisokane • Cashel • Castlebar • Castleblayney • Cavan • Charlestown • Clonmel • Cork Airport • Dingle • Donegal • Drogheda • Dublin Airport • Dublin Port • Dún Laoghaire • Dundalk • Dungarvan • Ennis • Enniscorthy • Ennistimon • Foxford • Kenmare • Kilkenny • Killarney • Killorglin • Kilrush • Letterkenny • Longford • Malahide • Mallow • Mitchelstown • Monaghan • Mullingar • Nenagh • New Ross • Port Laoise • Rathcoole • Ringaskiddy • Roscommon • Rosslare Harbour • Shannon • Sligo • Stranorlar • Swanlinbar • Tallaght • Thurles • Tipperary • Tralee • Tullamore • Westport • Wexford
Intermediate DestinationsAn Clochán Liath • Athy • Ballyhaunis • Bangor Erris • Birr • Blessington • Cahersiveen • Carlow • Clifden • Dunfanaghy • Durrow • Foynes • Glenties • Kilkee • Listowel • Na Cealla Beaga • Navan • Roscrea • Skibbereen • Tuam
Other PlacesAbbeyleix • Arklow • Ashbourne • Athenry • Balbriggan • Ballaghaderreen • Ballinasloe • Ballincollig • Ballybofey • Bandon • Bantry • Blarney • Boyle • Bray • Buncrana • Bundoran • Buttevant • Cahir • Callan • Carrick-on-Shannon • Carrick-on-Suir • Carrickmacross‎ • Carrigaline • Carrigtwohill • Castlecomer • Castleisland • Castletownbere • Charleville • Claremorris • Clonakilty • Clones • Cloyne • Cobh • Collooney • Dunmanway • Edgeworthstown • Fermoy • Ferns • Glanmire • Glengarriff • Gorey • Gort • Granard • Inishcrone • Kanturk • Kells • Kildare • Kilmallock • Kinnegad • Kinsale • Kerry Airport • Knock Airport • Loughrea • Macroom • Manorhamilton • Maynooth • Midleton • Millstreet • Mountmellick • Naas • Newbridge • Newcastle West • Newmarket • Newmarket-on-Fergus‎ • Newport • Pettigo • Port of Cork • Rathkeale • Rosslare Strand • Shannon Airport • Slane • Sneem • Swinford • Swords • Tarbert • Tramore • Tullow • Wicklow • Youghal


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