Including the A1 Peel Road joining the A2 and A5 at the Quarterbridge and the A3 at Ballacraine. Connects A8 and Douglas on the east of the island with Peel on the west. In Douglas the road is known as Peel road and in Peel as Douglas road. The A1 passes through Union Mills, Crosby and St John's.
The A6 forms an orbital route around the west of Douglas. Starting at South Quay in Douglas, it runs west along Old Castletown Road and crosses the A5. It continues as Cooil Road (formerly part of the A25) past Spring Valley Industrial Estate and the IoM Business Park. At Cooil it turns sharply east and skirts the north side of west Douglas. At Braddan Bridge it turns north and then east, skirting north Douglas, until it reaches the A18 at Cronk-ny-Mona.
Starts at Janet's Corner, Castletown (junction with A5), runs east past Hango Hill to Derbyhaven where it turns north towards the airport runway. Formerly it continued on the other side of the airport runway to Ballasalla, but that section is now designated as the B53.
Snaefell Mountain Road. The entire road forms part of the Isle of Man TT Course and crosses the hilliest parts of the island, reaching 422 m (1,385 ft). The road is closed for TT and Manx Grand Prix races and sometimes closed due to bad weather at other times. The majority of the road outside of developed areas has no speed limit. See A18 for more about this road.
Also known as Poortown Road, after the small settlement of Poortown through which it passes. Connects Peel on the west coast of the island with the A3 Castletown to Ramsey road at a point just north of St John's.
Also known as Old Castletown Road. Connects Douglas with Ballasalla, and historically with Castletown. The road is now bypassed by the A5 Douglas to Port Erin route which allows for faster traffic movement.
Also known as Colby Glen Road. Connects Colby with Peel. Between its junction with the A7 road in Colby and its terminus in the centre of Peel, the road passes through Colby Glen, the Round Table, Dalby, Glenmaye and Patrick.
Connects the A7 Ballasalla to Port Erin road near Port Erin to the A3 Castletown to Ramsey road south of Foxdale. The road is known as the Sloc Road as it bends through the Sloc, a pass on the southern side of Cronk ny Arrey Laa. It is also known as the Shoulder road as it passes over the northern shoulder of South Barrule.
Note: Many of these roads in rural areas do not lead to or from anywhere remotely notable, while many of the roads within towns and villages are very short indeed. This makes it problematic to include "to" or "from" destinations.
Glen Road, Laxey
Ballaheaney road, Jurby East
Ballavarran road, Jurby West
Kerrowgarrow to Regaby
Sulby Claddagh road
Ballacrye road, The Cronk
Brandywell Road/Sartfield Road
Creg-ny-Baa Back Road (Ballacannell-Creg-ny-Baa)
East Bretney Road, Jurby East
Bernahara road, Andreas
Lezayre Church road, Churchtown
Port St Mary
Port St Mary
Dreemskerry road, Lewaigue-Ballajora
East Baldwin road
West Baldwin Road
Port Soderick Road
Port St Mary
Ballamodha to St Marks road (The Bayrauyr)
Lhergy Cripperty road
Croit-e-Caley/Kentraugh Mill road
NB not Orrisdale in Michael sheading
Ronague Road/Solomons Corner to Corlea road
Ballamaddrell / Grenaby road
Grenaby to Kerrowkeill Road
Mount Gawne road
Royal Avenue (part)
Balthane, Ballasalla (see A12)
B61 to B82 (except B72 and B80) are various town streets in Douglas