A potential bridge between Russia and Alaska could lead to the ultimate road trip
A road trip stretching from New York City all the way to London could be possible if Russia’s plans work out to build a mega highway connecting Russia’s Eastern most border with Alaska’s Western most ...
Road signs in Norway
Road signs in Norway are regulated by the Norwegian Public Roads Administration, Statens vegvesen. Signs follow the general European conventions concerning the use of shape and colour to indicate func...
Road signs in Norway - Wikipedia
Motorways in Hungary
Motorways in Hungary (Hungarian: Autópálya) are first-class high-speed highways. As of December 2013, the total length of Hungarian motorways is 1,361 kilometers. The construction of the Hungarian...
Motorways in Hungary - Wikipedia
A potential bridge between Russia and Alaska could lead to the ultimate road trip
A road trip stretching from New York City all the way to London could be possible if Russia’s plans work out to build a mega highway connecting Russia’s Eastern most border with Alaska’s Western most ...
Driving licence in Croatia
In Croatia, the driving licence (Croatian: Vozačka dozvola) is the licence for driving vehicles. It is required for every type of motorized vehicle.Before 2013 the format of the driving licence wa...
Driving licence in Croatia - Wikipedia
Vehicle registration plates of Europe
A European vehicle registration plate is a vehicle registration plate, a metal or plastic plate or plates attached to a motor vehicle or trailer for official identification purposes. The registratio...
Vehicle registration plates of Europe - Wikipedia
Transcaucasian Highway
The Transcaucasian Highway, usually shortened as Transkam (Russian: ТрансКАМ), is a mountain road that crosses the Greater Caucasus through the Roki Tunnel, connecting North Ossetia–Alania with South ...
Autovía M-501
The M-501 highway is an autovía in the Spanish region of Madrid. It is managed by the Madrid regional government as a primary road in the Madrid network. Only the first 48 kilometres (30 mi), fro...
Pan-European Corridor VIII
The Corridor VIII is one of the Pan-European corridors. It runs between Durrës in Albania, at the Adriatic coast, and Varna, at the Bulgarian Black Sea coast. The corridor follows the route: Durrës - ...
Pan-European Corridor VIII - Wikipedia
Transport in Bulgaria
Transport in Bulgaria is facilitated with road, air, rail, and water networks.
After the second terminal of International Airport Sofia was built the total number of passengers rose and reached 3 ...
Transport in Bulgaria - Wikipedia
Safe Road Trains for the Environment
Safe Road Trains for the Environment (SARTRE) is a European Commission-funded project to investigate and trial technologies and strategies for the safe platooning of road vehicles, a transportation co...
Safe Road Trains for the Environment - Wikipedia
Vehicle registration plates of Ukraine
Since Ukraine's independence in 1991, the country has used four main system of vehicle registration plates.The first system was introduced in 1992 and was based on the last Soviet license plate concep...
Vehicle registration plates of Ukraine - Wikipedia
Driving licence in France
In France the driving licence (French: Permis de conduire) is a governmental right given to those who request a licence for any of the categories they desire. It is required for every type of moto...
Driving licence in France - Wikipedia
Russian federal highways
Russian federal highways (Russian: Автомобильные дороги федерального значения Российской Федерации or Avtomobil'nye dorogi federal'nogo znacheniya Rossiyskoy Federatsii, meaning "Highways of feder...
Russian federal highways - Wikipedia
Pan-European Corridor I
The Corridor I is one of the Pan-European corridors. It runs between Helsinki in Finland, and Warsaw and Gdańsk in Poland. The corridor follows the route: Helsinki - Tallinn - Riga - Kaunas and Klaipė...
Pan-European Corridor I - Wikipedia
Via Hanseatica
The Corridor I is one of the Pan-European corridors. It runs between Helsinki in Finland, and Warsaw and Gdańsk in Poland. The corridor follows the route: Helsinki - Tallinn - Riga - Kaunas and Klaipė...
Speed limits in Sweden
Sweden has speed limits ranging from 30 km/h to 120 km/h (18 to 75 mph), where 30, 40, 50, 60 and 70 km/h are used within towns and cities. Outside schools and hospitals the limit ...
Speed limits in Sweden - Wikipedia