Dunsilly roundabout, Antrim :: Shared Description
The M22 was intended as a westward extension of the M2, from Antrim to Castledawson, carrying traffic for the north west. It opened in two sections in 1971 and 1973 to just beyond Randalstown. The remainder was never built. Most of the traffic joins or leaves the motorway here and the section from Dunsilly westwards is very quiet outside the peak periods. The roundabout has changed from its original form with the dualling of the road to Ballymena and the building “park and ride” car park (without the associated dedicated bus service).
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Created: Mon, 31 Jan 2011, Updated: Mon, 31 Jan 2011
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