|Location Map (
|From: || Roscommon (M874653) |
|To: || Castlebar (M149899) |
|Distance: || 92.2 km (57.3 miles)|
|Meets: || N61, R367, R377, R361, N83, R929, R323, R327, N17, R331, R320, R324, N84, N5, R917 |
Transport Infrastructure Ireland
Galway • Mayo • Roscommon
|Route outline (key)|
||Roscommon – Castlebar
||Castlebar – Westport
The N60 heading east towards Ballyhaunis
The N60 is a national secondary road in the West Region of Ireland connecting the towns of Roscommon to Castlebar. Largely paralleling the N5, which runs a little further to the north, its runs by way of Castlerea in County Roscommon and Ballyhaunis and Claremorris in County Mayo. A brief stretch of the road (< 2.5 km either side of the village of Ballymoe) passes through a corner of County Galway.
The N60 originally continued to Westport; however, the section from Castlebar to Westport was reclassified as an extension of the N5 in 1995.
|National Roads and Motorways of Ireland|