The Western Belfast Bypass will replace the existing SH1 connection between the Northern Motorway and the Western Corridor along Main North Road and Johns Road. Motorists travelling south on the Northern Motorway, or north from the airport will be able to use the Western Belfast Bypass.
People in the Belfast/Johns Road/Main North Road area wanting to travel north on the Northern Motorway will continue to head north out of Belfast on what is currently the Northern Motorway. A northbound on-ramp will provide access onto the motorway.
People in the Belfast/Johns Road/Main North Road area wanting to travel south towards the airport will be able to access the Western Belfast Bypass via a new southbound on-ramp at the interchange located at The Groynes. There will be no northbound on-ramp onto the Western Belfast Bypass from The Groynes area.
Motorists travelling south along the Northern Motorway will be able to exit the motorway to travel directly into the Belfast area. There will be no southbound off-ramp to The Groynes area.
Motorists travelling north along Johns Road from the airport will be able to exit at the south end of the Western Belfast Bypass via an off-ramp to access Belfast and the Groynes.
Access to and from Western Belfast Bypass north
Access to and from Western Belfast Bypass south
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