Passes North of the existing N5.
One major road bridge will cross Lough Lannagh between Pheasanthill and Annagh townlands.
Crosses the N5 and eleven county roads.
The length is 14.6 kilometres, with 37 houses within 100m of the carriageway.
The geometry/passing sight distance is excellent.
The number of owners affected is 61.
The estimated cost on this route is £40.1 million.
Passes North of the existing N5 until it crosses N5 at Claggarnagh West and continues South of N5.
Crosses the N5 and 17 county roads.
This route has a length of 15.07km.
A total of 60 houses are within 100m of the carriageway.
Two major road bridges would gave to be built and the passing sight distance is good.
27 owners would be affected.
This has the highest estimated cost at £46 million.
Passes South of the existing N5 over its entire length, crosses the railway line at Kilbree Upper and Claggarnagh West, and crosses 14 county roads.
The distance on this route is 14.36 kilometres.
Some 54 houses are situated within 100m of the carriageway.
The route involves constructing two railway bridges and one major road bridge.
The geometry/passing sight distances are good.
Eighty owners will be affected.
- The estimated cost is £43.8 million.
Passes South of the existing N5 over its entire length.
It crosses the railway line ar Kilbree Upper/Kilbree Lower and at Cloonkeen, and also crosses 13 county roads.
The route length is 14.52km and the passing distances are good.
The total number of houses within 100m of the carriageway is 48.
Eighty eight owners will be affected.
Option four will cost an estimated £45.3 million.