M2 motorway (Northern Ireland)

M2 motorway (Northern Ireland)

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The M2 is a highway in Belfast and County Antrim in Northern eire. it’s miles in sections, the southern segment walking from north Belfast to Antrim and the northern section acts as a skip of Ballymena, with the A26 street linking the 2 sections. In total it’s far 22.0 miles (36 kilometres).

Additional Information

Route information:
Part of: E01 E16
Length: 22 mi (36 km)
Existed: 1969 – present
History: Southern section constructed 1969–1975
Southern section:
Length: 17 mi (27 km)
From: Duncairn
Major junctions: Junction 1a UK-Motorway-M3
M3 Motorway
Junction 2 UK-Motorway-M5
M5 Motorway
UK-Motorway-M22
M22 motorway
To: Antrim
Northern section:
Length: 6.6 mi (10 km)
From: Teeshan
To: Ballycregy
Location
Primary destinations: Ballymena, Belfast
Ballymoney, Antrim, Belfast
Highway system Roads in the United Kingdom
Motorways A roads in Northern Ireland

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