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European route E018

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European route E018

E018 shield

E018
Route information
Length: 1,052 km (654 mi)
Major junctions
From: Zhezkazgan
  Karagandy,
Pavlodar
To: Uspenka
Location
Countries: Kazakhstan
Highway system
International E-road network

E018 is a European class B road in Kazakhstan connecting the cities ZhezkazganKaragandy - Pavlodar - Uspenka.

In the International E-road network, a class B road is a branch, link or connecting road of or between two or more class A main roads. In this case the E018 is a connecting road between the main international roads E123 (in city Zhezkazgan), E125 (in city Karagandy), and E127 (in city Pavlodar).

E123 makes the route Tsjeljabinsk (Russia) - Kostanay (Kazakhstan) - Zapadnoje - Boezoeloek - Derzjavinsk - Arkalyk - Zjezkazgan - Kyzylorda - Shymkent - Tasjkent (Uzbekistan) - Aini - Doesjanbe (Tadjikistan)- Nizhny Pyanj.

E125 makes the route Ishim (Russia) - Petropavlovsk (Kazakhstan)- Kokshetau - Shchuchinsk - Astana - Karagandy - Balkhash - Burubaytal - Almaty - Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan)- Naryn - Torugart.

Maikapshagai.

External links

  • Map of E-road
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