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...
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European route E30
European route E 30 is an A-Class West-East European route, extending from the southern Irish port of Cork in the west to the Russian city of Omsk in the east. For much of its Russian stretch, it...
European route E30 - Wikipedia
A180 highway (Russia)
Russian Route A180, also known as Narva Highway (Russian: Федера́льная автомоби́льная доро́га А180 «На́рва», Federal highway A180 "Narva") is a Russian federal highway that runs from Saint Petersb...
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Prospekt (street)
A prospekt (Russian: проспе́кт; [prɐˈspʲɛkt]) is a broad, multi-lane and very long straight street in urban areas. The term originated in the Russian Empire. It is often translated as avenue, howe...
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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...
AH4
Asian Highway 4 (AH4) is a route of the Asian Highway Network which runs 6,024 km (3,743 mi) from Novosibirsk, Russia (on AH6) via Ürümqi, China (on AH5) to Karachi, Pakistan (on AH7).
European route E50
European route E 50 is an A-type east–west connection across the European continent. It connects the key naval port of Brest France with Makhachkala, on the Caspian Sea in the Russian republic D...
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M53 highway (Russia)
The Russian route M53 is a federal highway in Russia, part of the Baikal Highway (which is part of the Trans-Siberian Highway): Novosibirsk-(Tomsk-)Kemerovo-Krasnoyarsk-Tayshet-Irkutsk, 1860 km.
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Siberian Route
The Siberian Route (Russian: Сибирский тракт; Sibirsky trakt), also known as the Moscow Highway (Moskovsky trakt, Московский тракт) and Great Highway (Bolshoi trakt, Большой тракт), was a historic...
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Berlinka
Berlinka (Russian: Берлинка) is the informal Polish and Russian name given to sections of the unfinished Reichsautobahn Berlin-Königsberg, which was a pre-World War II German Reichsautobahn proj...
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Ossetian Military Road
The Ossetian Military Road (Russian: Военно-Осетинская дорога, Georgian: ოსეთის სამხედრო გზა) was constructed between 1854 and 1889, by Imperial Russian authorities in the Caucasus. The road ...
European route E127
European route E 127 is a Class A north-south reference European route that connects Western Siberia with eastern Kazakhstan, spanning 1,330 kilometres (830 mi).
The E 127 routes th...
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M2 highway (Russia)
The Russian route M2 (also known as the Crimea Highway) is a major trunk road that connects Moscow to the Crimea. It is part of the European route E105. The length is 720 kilometres.Inaugurated in 195...
European route E20
The European route E 20 is part of the United Nations International E-road network.It runs roughly west-east through Ireland, the United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden, Estonia and finally Russia. The ...
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M4 highway (Russia)
The Federal Automobile Road M-4 "Don" is a major expressway, trunk road that links Moscow, Voronezh, Rostov-na-Donu and Krasnodar. Its length is 1517 kilometres. The route starts at the Moscow Ring Ro...
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M55 highway (Russia)
The Russian route M55 is a federal highway in Russia, part of the Baikal Highway (which is part of the Trans-Siberian Highway): The highway runs from Irkutsk through Ulan-Ude to Chita with a total len...
M55 highway (Russia) - 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
Access road to Zhukovsky
The Access road to Zhukovsky from M5 highway (also known as the Access road from M5 highway to LII) is a road running across a distance of 9 km from settlement Imeni Telmana to the Zhukovsky.
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M10 highway (Russia)
The M10 is a federal highway in Russia connecting the country's two largest cities, Moscow and Saint Petersburg, and continuing to the border with Finland. Other than in the vicinity of Moscow and Sai...
M10 highway (Russia) - Wikipedia
Baikal Highway
The Baikal Highway is a federal highway in Russia. Its official designation is federal highway R258 "Baikal" (Russian: Федеральная автомобильная дорога Р258 «Байкал»). It part of the Trans-Siberi...
Baikal Highway - Wikipedia
Amur Cart Road
The Amur Cart Road or Amur Wheel Road (Russian: Аму́рская колёсная доро́га or Аму́рская колесу́ха, Amurskaya kolesukha) was a 2,000-kilometre (1,200 mi) cartage road in Amur Oblast of Imperi...
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European route E22
The European route E 22 is one of the longest European routes. It has a length of about 5,320 km (3,310 mi). Many of the E-roads have been extended into Asia since the year 2000; the E&...
European route E22 - Wikipedia
Vyatka Highway
Russian route R176 or Vyatka Highway (Russian: Федеральная автомобильная дорога P176 «Вятка» ) is a Russian federal motorway that runs from Cheboksary to Syktyvkar with a total length 872 km....
Vyatka Highway - 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 ...