European Route

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Extreme Records of Norwegian National Roads
... Record Route measue end points / location Longest European route in Norway E 6 2627.9 km Svinesund - Kirkenes Longest European route running partially through Norway E 4340 ... km ...
A28 Motorway (Netherlands) - European Route
... and the terminus at Julianaplein in Groningen, the A28 is also a European route the E232 ... This section of the A28 is the complete E232 route the E232 does not consist of any other road or section ...
A12 Motorway (Netherlands) - European Routes
... The A12 motorway runs along with parts of three major European routes The European route E30 follows the A12 between interchange Prins Clausplein near The Hague, and interchange Lunetten ... The European route E25 runs along the A12 between interchange Gouwe near Gouda, and interchange Oudenrijn, just southwest of Utrecht ... The European route E35 follows the route of the A12 from interchange Oudenrijn towards the German border ...
Roads In Croatia - Road Transport - Motorways
... All heavily traveled routes towards Slovenia, Hungary and Serbia are motorway connections, and almost all parts of Croatia are now easy to reach using motorways ... is now another motorway, A5, along the European route E73 (European north-south corridor Vc) between the Hungarian border at Beli Manastir, Osijek and the Bosnian border ... This route will eventually continue as a modern motorway towards Sarajevo and further on to the Croatian sea port of Ploče ...
Metropolitan Association Of Upper Silesia - Transport - Roads
... European route E40 (France - Belgium - Germany - Upper Silesia Metroplex - Ukraine - Russia - Uzbekistan - Kazakhstan) European route E75 (Norway - Finland - Upper-Silesia ...

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