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Lissenhall Junction

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Lissenhall Junction
Acomhal Halla an Leasáin
Location Map ( geo)
Approaching Junction 4 on the north-bound section of the M1 - Geograph - 3754195.jpg
Gantry sign approaching the lane drop north at Lissenhall Junction
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Location
Lissenhall Great / Lissenhall Little
County
Dublin
Highway Authority
Transport Infrastructure Ireland
Junction Type
Modified dumbbell
Roads Joined
M1, R126, R132
Junctions related to the R132

Lissenhall Junction is Junction 4 of the M1. The interchange opened on 27 June 2003 and carries the D2 R132 (former N1) over the M1. Built as a dumbbell, the junction's roundabouts were quickly signalised as traffic delays occurred. In 2013, a revised layout was introduced to improve traffic flow. At this time the M1 towards Dublin became D3M with a lane drop at the Lissenhall Junction.

Routes

Route To Notes

M1

Aerfort AIRPORT · Áth Cliath DUBLIN

M1

Baile Brigín BALBRIGGAN · Béal Feirste BELFAST

R126

Domhnach Bat DONABATE · Port Reachrainn PORTRAINE

R132

Baile Brigín BALBRIGGAN For R127 Lusca LUSK · Na Sceirí SKERRIES ·
(R128) An Ros RUSH

R132

Mullach Íde MALAHIDE · Sord SWORDS




Lissenhall Junction
Related Pictures
View gallery (5)
M1 - Coppermine - 20025.JPGM1 - Coppermine - 20024.JPGBridge carrying the R127 across the M1 north of Swords - Geograph - 1885124.jpgApproaching Junction 4 on the north-bound section of the M1 - Geograph - 3754195.jpgM1 - Coppermine - 20027.JPG
Other nearby junctions
Swords
Junctions on the M1 and N1
Turnapin • 2 Cloghran • Airport • 3 Drinan • 4 Lissenhall • 5 Rowans Road • 6 Balbriggan • 7 Gormanston • 8 & 9 Drogheda South • 10 Drogheda North • 11 Monasterboice • 12 Hammondstown • 13 Mooremount • 14  Charleville • 15 Drumleck • 16 Southern Link • 17 Castleblayney Road • 18 Ballymascanlan (Ballymascanlan Roundabout • Faughart Roundabout • Major's Hollow) • 19 Feede Cross • 20 Flurrybridge

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