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European route E31

E31 shield

E31
Route information
Length: 538 km (334 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Rotterdam (Netherlands)
South end: Ludwigshafen (Germany)
Location
Countries: Netherlands, Germany
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 31 is an international Class-A road in Europe, part of the United Nations E-road network. It has a north-south reference.

It runs from Rotterdam, Netherlands to Ludwigshafen, Germany.

Firstly, it leaves Rotterdam, where it links to the E 19 and E 25 roads. It heads roughly east through the Netherlands, passing through Gorinchem (where it connects to the E 311), and Nijmegen before crossing the border into Germany.

It passes first through Goch and Krefeld in North-Rhine Westphalia and heads southwards before entering Cologne, where it links with four other E-roads: the E 29, the E 35, the E 37, and the E 40. It then continues south, going through Koblenz (where it connects to the E 44), and then on to Bingen am Rhein, where it makes its final connection, to the E 42. It then reaches its final destination of Hockenheim, where the E31 connects with the E50.

Its total length is .

The route from Parma to La Spezia in Italy, although identified as E 33 in the E-network, is also signposted as E 31.

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