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European route E32

E32 shield

E32
Route information
Length: 30 km (20 mi)
Major junctions
From: Colchester (United Kingdom)
To: Harwich (United Kingdom)
Location
Countries: United Kingdom
Highway system
International E-road network

Route E 32 in the international E-road network is completely within the United Kingdom. Although the United Kingdom Government participates fully in activities concerning the E-routes,[1] E-routes are not signposted within the United Kingdom.

The E 32 runs between Colchester and Harwich, and is 30 kilometres (19 mi) in length, making it one of the shortest E-roads. It follows the A120 road. In the western part it is similar to a motorway but not signposted as such. The rest is ordinary road. It carries a lot of heavy vehicles. It connects to the E 30 and to the ferries from Harwich to Belgium, Netherlands, Germany and Denmark.

References

  1. ^ For example Economic and Social Council Document ECE/TRANS/WP.6/AC.2/18 - 17 December 2008; Agenda item 6 Participation in the 2005 E-route census - retrieved 2010-01-08
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