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Sibu-Tanjung Manis Highway

Sibu-Tanjung Manis Highway, Sarawak State Route Q743, is a major highway in Sibu Division, Sarawak, Malaysia. The highway was expected to be completed by the end of June 2010, and as of March 2011, the highway was accessible, although there were ...

                                               

Sitiawan Bypass

                                               

Sultan Abdul Halim Highway

Sultan Abdul Halim Highway or Lebuhraya Sultan Abdul Halim, Federal Route 1, is a broad and busy road link to Alor Star, Kedah, Malaysia via the North South Expressway from Kuala Lumpur and Penang. It was named after Sultan Abdul Halim of Kedah.

                                               

Tanjung Malim–Slim River Highway

Tanjung Malim–Slim River Highway, Federal Route 1, is a major highway in Perak and Selangor state, Malaysia. This was the first tolled highway in Malaysia.

                                               

Lebuh AMJ

                                               

M-1 highway (Montenegro)

M-1 highway is a Montenegrin roadway. The M-1 highway runs along the complete Montenegrin coast from its western border with Croatia all the way east to border with Albania. It goes through all the coastal cities in Montenegro. It is the starting ...

                                               

M-1.1 highway (Montenegro)

M-1.1 highway is a Montenegrin roadway. The M-1.1 highway is built to half of motorway standard. It is planned to become part of Bar-Boljare motorway. Main part of this highway is Sozina tunnel, which is 4.189 m long. It serves as bypass the moun ...

                                               

M-2 highway (Montenegro)

M-2 highway is a Montenegrin roadway. The M-2 highway is the oldest and most important connection between the coastal region and the North of Montenegro. It goes from Budva Municipality to the border of Serbia near Bijelo Polje and through capita ...

                                               

M-3 highway (Montenegro)

Construction on the M-18 highway finished in 1965. However, asphalt was not applied along the highway until years later. In January 2016, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs published bylaw on categorisation of state roads. With new ca ...

                                               

M-4 highway (Montenegro)

Construction on the M-18 highway finished in 1965. However, asphalt was not applied along the highway until years later. In January 2016, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs published bylaw on categorisation of state roads. With new ca ...

                                               

M-4.1 highway (Montenegro)

The M-4.1 Road, sometimes known as the old R-5 regional road, was a Montenegrin roadway. It was longer and better maintained then the old M-4 road. In January 2016, the Montenegrin road system changed and the M4.1 doesnt exist anymore.

                                               

M-5 highway (Montenegro)

The M-5 highway was part of historical M-2 highway in Montenegro. Construction on this highway began in 1953 and finished in 1971. In January 2016, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs published bylaw on categorisation of state roads. W ...

                                               

M-6 highway (Montenegro)

Part of the M-6 highway that was previously M-8 highway was built as part of the larger M-8 highway within the Yugoslav highway network, spanning Bosnia and Herzegovina, Montenegro and Serbia. It connected Pljevlja with Foca in Bosnia and Herzego ...

                                               

M-7 highway (Montenegro)

The M-7, then known as M-6, highway was built in 1981. It was built as part of the larger M-6 highway within the Yugoslav highway network, spanning Slovenia, Croatia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro. It connected Niksic with Trebinje in Bos ...

                                               

M-8 highway (Montenegro)

The R-11 regional road on this route was built in 2010. In January 2016, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs published bylaw on categorisation of state roads. With new categorisation, R-11 regional road was categorised as M-8 highway.

                                               

M-9 highway (Montenegro)

First section from Vilusi to Petrovici of then R-12 regional road was reconstructed and upgraded in 2012. Second and final section from Petrovici to border crossing Vracenovici is being reconstructed and should be finished in 2017. In January 201 ...

                                               

M-10 highway (Montenegro)

Construction of the Budva–Cetinje section of the highway occurred during the Interwar period. The extension to Podgorica and further construction to bring it to highway standards occurred after World War II, and the highway was officially opened ...

                                               

M-11 highway (Montenegro)

M-11 highway is a Montenegrin roadway. The M-11 highway serves as an extension of the M-1 highway, serving Tivat and Tivat Airport. When used with Ferryboat to Kamenari it also serves as a shortcut for M-1 highway bypassing much of bay of Kotor. ...

                                               

M-12 highway (Montenegro)

In January 2016, the Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs published bylaw on categorisation of state roads. With new categorisation, this road was categorised as M-12 highway.

                                               

M-2.4 highway (Montenegro)

M-2.4 highway was a Montenegrin roadway. The M-2.4 highway served as an extension of the M-2 highway, serving Bar and Ulcinj.

                                               

M-21 highway (Montenegro)

Because the M-21 highway flowed through the heart of the city of Bijelo Polje, it caused heavy traffic delays. As a means to alleviate traffic in the city, the Montenegrin Ministry of Transport and Maritime Affairs commissioned a project to creat ...

                                               

Highways in Islamabad Capital Territory

                                               

State roads in Serbia

                                               

D2 motorway (Slovakia)

D2 is a motorway in Slovakia. It connects the Czech border at Kuty with the Hungarian border at Čunovo, passing through Malacky, Bratislava and Jarovce. It is part of the European routes E65 and E75 and of the Pan-European Corridor IV. The constr ...

                                               

D61 motorway (Slovakia)

The Motorway D61 was a motorway in Slovakia, which was merged with the Motorway D1 in 1999. Its route was: Bratislava - Trnava, before 1999 D65) - Piesťany - Trencin. Most of the D61 part of new D1 highway is still marked with old kilometres exce ...

                                               

A1 motorway (Slovenia)

The A1 motorway, also known as Slovenika, is 245.3 km long, connecting Sentilj and Koper/Capodistria. It connects several of the largest metropolitan areas of the country, including Maribor, Celje and Ljubljana, all the way to the Slovenian Litto ...

                                               

A2 motorway (Slovenia)

The A2 motorway is a motorway in Slovenia, around 180 km long, connecting the Karawanks Tunnel via the capital city Ljubljana to Obrezje. It connects several major Slovene cities, including Kranj, Ljubljana, and Novo Mesto, and is part of Pan-Eur ...

                                               

A4 motorway (Slovenia)

The A4 motorway is a 33.7 km long motorway in Slovenia connecting Maribor and Gruskovje. It also connects the two principal cities of the Podravska region of Slovenia, Maribor and Ptuj. Construction began in 2007 and was completed in 2018. The A4 ...

                                               

E03 expressway (Sri Lanka)

Colombo - Katunayake Expressway E03 is Sri Lankas second E Class highway. The 25.8-kilometre-long highway links the Sri Lankan capital Colombo with Bandaranaike International Airport, Katunayake and Negombo. Construction on the highway began in O ...

                                               

E01 expressway (Sri Lanka)

The Southern Expressway is Sri Lankas first E Class highway. The 222-kilometre-long highway links the Sri Lankan capital Colombo with Galle, Matara and Hambantota, major cities in the south of the island. The Southern Expressway Project SEP was i ...

                                               

E04 expressway (Sri Lanka)

The Central Expressway, is a proposed road project that will link the Sri Lankan capital, Colombo, with Kandy. It will provide a fast alternative to the existing A1 Road, which has a lot of bottlenecks and difficult terrain near Kandy. The idea w ...

                                               

E06 expressway (Sri Lanka)

The Ruwanpura Expressway, also known as the Ratnapura Expressway will be Sri Lankas sixth E Class highway. The 71.8-kilometre-long highway will link the Kahathuduwa exit on the Southern Expressway with Pelmadulla, a major city in Sabaragamuwa Pro ...

                                               

Highway system in Taiwan

Highways in Taiwan are classified into five types: The system does not apply to other parts of Taiwan, namely Kinmen and Lienchiang counties, and islands in the South China Sea. Expressways in Taiwan may be controlled-access highways similar to N ...

                                               

List of county and city highways in Taiwan

                                               

Central Cross-Island Highway

The Central Cross-Island Highway or Provincial Highway 8 is one of three highway systems that connect the west coast with the east of Taiwan.

                                               

National freeway 3

National freeway 3, also known as Formosa Freeway, is a freeway in Taiwan. It is the second north–south freeway in Taiwan, beginning in Keelung City at Jijin Interchange on the provincial highway 2 and ending in Linbian, Pingtung on the provincia ...

                                               

National freeway 5

National freeway 5 is a freeway in Taiwan, which begins in Taipei City at Nangang Junction on National freeway 3 and ends in Su-ao, Yilan on Masai Road. Although it was called the Beiyi Freeway prior to its final completion in June 2006, the offi ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 1 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 1 is a 461.081 km -long Taiwanese provincial highway that starts in the north of the country near Taipei Main Station and ends in the south at Fangshan, Pingtung County. It intersects with Provincial Highway 9 and Provincial Hi ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 2 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway No. 2 is an east-west, 167.7 km-long provincial Taiwanese highway that starts from the border of Taipei and Tamsui and ends in Suao, Yilan. Although designed as an east-west route, the highway actually goes in north-south direc ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 3 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 3 is a 438.7 km-long Taiwanese highway that starts in Taipei and ends in Pingtung. Also known as Inner-Mountain Highway, the road travels through the mountain towns in Western Taiwan and was the major route for the area until N ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 6 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 6 is a highway connecting Houlong, Miaoli and Dahu, Miaoli. The entire highway is within Miaoli County. The highway is now primarily used for local access after the completion of, an expressway running parallel to the highway.

                                               

Provincial Highway 7 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 7 is a highway connecting Daxi, Taoyuan and Zhuangwei, Yilan. The highway is also known as Northern Cross-Country Highway, one of the three most important east–west highways in Taiwan.

                                               

Provincial Highway 9 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway No. 9 is an important highway across eastern Taiwan from Taipei City to Fangshan, Pingtung, Pingtung County. This provincial highway, at 476.1 km long, is the longest provincial highway in Taiwan and passes the regions of Taipe ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 10 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 10 is a short east–west highway that is entirely within the city limits of Taichung. The highway connects Port of Taichung with the northern suburbs of Qingshui, Shalu, Daya, Shengang, and Fengyuan. The total length of the high ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 14 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 14 is a north–south highway that connects Changhua City in Changhua County with Renai, an aboriginal township in Nantou County. The highway is known as Zhongtan Highway from Caotun to Puli, and Puwu Highway from Puli to Renai. ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 15 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 15 is a north–south highway that connects Tamsui in New Taipei City with Hsinchu City. The highway is known as Xibin Highway for the entire stretch. The highway runs along the coasts of northwestern Taiwan. The total length is ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 17 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 17, Chinese: 台17線) is a north–south highway from Qingshui in Taichung City to Fangliao in Pingtung County. The highway is known as Western Coastal Highway since it runs parallel to the western coasts of Taiwan. Since the comp ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 19 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 19 is a north–south highway from Changhua City in Changhua County to Yongkang in Tainan City. The highway is known as Central Highway. The highway lies between the coastal PH 17 and the inland PH 1 which serves many of the majo ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 22 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 22 is a highway that started from Nanzih District, just north of downtown Kaohsiung, and ended in Gaoshu, Pingtung County. The highway passes through Dashe, Yanchao, and Cishan in Kaohsiung City, and Ligang in Pingtung County. ...

                                               

Provincial Highway 24 (Taiwan)

Provincial Highway 24 is a Taiwanese highway that started from Pingtung City and ended in Wutai. The entire highway is within Pingtung County. The highway is also known as Wutai Highway. The route length is 48.69 kilometres and connects the popul ...

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