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Leo Casey Roundabout

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Leo Casey Roundabout
Timpeallán Leo Casey
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Highway Authority
Transport Infrastructure Ireland
Junction Type
Roads Joined
N4, N63, R194

The Leo Casey Roundabout is situated at the junction of the N4, N63, and R194 on the Longford bypass, 2 km north of the town centre. It is named after John Keegan 'Leo' Casey (1846–1870), poet and Fenian rebel, who wrote the famous ballad At the Rising of the Moon.

  • The N4 runs from Dublin to Sligo.
  • The N63 runs from this roundabout to the N17 at Cnoc Tua Mór (13 km northeast of Galway).
  • The R194 runs from this roundabout to Moynalty.


Route To Notes


An Lios Breac NEWTOWN FORBES · Sligeach SLIGO For N5 Cathair na Mart WESTPORT


Meathas Troim EDGEWORTHSTOWN · Áth Cliath DUBLIN


An Longfort LONGFORD · Ros Comáin ROSCOMMON


Béal Átha na Lao BALLINALEE · Gránard GRANARD

Leo Casey Roundabout
Junctions on the M4 and N4
Palmerstown • 2 Liffey Valley • 3 Ballydowd • 4 Newcastle Road • 4A Dodsboro • 5 Leixlip • 6 Celbridge • 7 Maynooth • 8 Kilcock • 9 Enfield • 10 Kinnegad East • 11 Junction 11 • 12 Kinnegad West • 13 McNead's Bridge • 14 The Downs • 15 Mullingar East • 16 Mullingar (Centre) • 17 Mullingar (West) • Leo Casey • Red Cow • Charlotte Brook • Attifinaly • Shannon • Tobar Bhríde • Collooney • S1 Belladrihid • S2 Carrowroe • S3 Caltragh • S4 Summerhill • Duck Street