A voivodeship road (Polish: droga wojewódzka) is a category of road in Poland. Voivodeship roads fall one step below national roads in importance. The roads are numbered from 100 to 993. Total length of voivodeship roads in Poland is 28,536 km (17,730 mi) of which 61.4 km (38 mi) are unpaved (2008).
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