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A515 road (Northern Ireland)

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The A515 Skeoge Link is road which was designed to complete the route between Foyle Bridge and Donegal. It is part of a larger project to link County Donegal with Belfast. The total construction cost was £5 million.

Skeoge Link (A515)

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Skeoge Link Road is a road scheme that was constructed along the northwestern periphery of Derry. This road had been called for going backs as far as the 1980s to relieve traffic from the already congested Buncrana Road which is the A2 and other roads within the Galliagh and Steelstown Area. It was reported on 19 February 2008 in the Derry Journal that the scheme is set to open on 20 March of the same year.[1][2]

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Coordinates: 55°00′57″N 7°17′14″W / 55.01582°N 7.28711°W / 55.01582; -7.28711


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