The N4 road is a national primary road in Ireland, running from Dublin to the northwest of Ireland and Sligo town.
The M6 to Galway diverges from this route after Kinnegad, while the N5 to Westport diverges at Longford town.
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On 28 August 2009 the Department of Transport implemented the second round of proposed reclassifications of dual carriageways as motorways under the Roads Act 2007.
Subsequently the project was included as one of the projects approved under Tranche II of the PPP Roads programme as announced by the NRA in June 2000.In the 1 July 2006 edition of the Meath Chronicle it was claimed that up to 10% of the €420 million road project had "to be ripped up and replaced" shortly after it opened due to rushed construction, however this cost would have had to be carried by the toll operators, not the state, as per the contract.The bypassed former N4 road has been reclassified as the R148.We offer a full range of office skills, finance, legal, medical and IT Diplomas, giving to the platform to succeed.Helped by our partner centres in Galway and Limerick, businesses recognise our courses instantly when hiring new employees.From Castlebaldwin to the Collooney dual carriageway the road is a single narrow carriageway with intermittent hard shoulders and several dangerous bends.The road becomes near-motorway standard dual carriageway again at Collooney, approaching Sligo town.Between Enfield and Kinnegad no further access to the M4 is possible.Eurolink operate this toll scheme, the first in Ireland not operated by NTR plc.The PPP contract was awarded in March 2003 to the Euro Link Consortium (SIAC Construction Ltd and Cintra - Concesiones de Infraestructuras de Transporte S.A.) and allows for them to collect tolls for 30 years from that date.