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European route E60

E60 shield

E60
Route information
Length: 8,200 km (5,100 mi)
Major junctions
From: Brest (France)
To: Irkeshtam (Kyrgyzstan)
Location
Countries: Azerbaijan - Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan
Highway system
International E-road network

European route E 60 is the second longest E-road running from Brest, France (on the Atlantic coast), to Irkeshtam, Kyrgyzstan (on the border with People's Republic of China).

Contents

  • Route 1
    • France 1.1
    • Switzerland 1.2
    • Austria 1.3
    • Germany 1.4
    • Austria 1.5
    • Hungary 1.6
    • Romania 1.7
    • Georgia 1.8
    • Azerbaijan 1.9
    • Turkmenistan 1.10
    • Uzbekistan 1.11
    • Tajikistan 1.12
    • Kyrgyzstan 1.13

Route

France

Switzerland

Basel - Zürich -
Zürich - Winterthur - St. Gallen - St. Margrethen

Austria

Höchst - Bregenz -
Bregenz - Lauterach - Feldkirch - Bludenz -
- St. Anton am Arlberg - Landeck -
- Imst - Telfs - Innsbruck - Wörgl - Kufstein

Germany

Kiefersfelden - Rosenheim -
Rosenheim - Traunstein - Bad Reichenhall/Piding

Austria

Wals-Siezenheim - Salzburg - Sattledt - Linz - Sankt Pölten -
- Vösendorf (Vienna bypass) -
- Schwechat (Vienna bypass) -
- Bruck an der Leitha - Nickelsdorf

Hungary

Hegyeshalom - Mosonmagyaróvár - Győr - Tatabánya - Budapest -
- Üllő (Budapest bypass) -
Üllő - Cegléd - Szolnok - Kisújszállás - Karcag -
Püspökladány - Berettyóújfalu - Ártánd

Romania

Oradea - Aleşd - Huedin - Cluj-Napoca - Turda -
Turda - Câmpia Turzii - Târgu Mureş -
Târgu Mureş - Sighişoara - Saschiz - Braşov -
Braşov - Predeal - Ploieşti - Bucharest - Urziceni - Slobozia - Hârşova - Constanţa -
Ferry)

Georgia

(Ferry) – Poti - Senaki -
Tbilisi Bypass Road -
Tbilisi - RustaviRed Bridge -

Azerbaijan

Turkmenistan

Bereket city is located on the M37 Highway, Turkmenistan section.

Uzbekistan

Tajikistan

Kyrgyzstan

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