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European route E97

 

European route E97

E97 shield

E97
E97 south of Turkey-Georgia border
Route information
Length: 1,360 km (850 mi)
Location
Countries: Turkey
Highway system

International E-road network

E96 E98

European route E 97 is an A-class Turkey. The highway runs for 1,360 kilometres (850 mi) in total.[1] It connects the North Black Sea region with the South Black Sea region along the eastern shores of the sea.

Route description

The E97 has its start in Ukrainian city of Sukhumi, Poti and Batumi before reaching Turkish border. From there, it extends to Trabzon, Gümüşhane and Aşkale, where the E97 terminates. Between Trabzon and Poti, the E97 is concurrent with the easternmost segment of the European route E70.[1]

Junctions

Country Location km Roads intersected Notes
Ukraine Kherson 0 E58/M14 E97 follows the M24
Dnipro Bridge
Isjun
Crimea (disputed territory) Dzhankoy E105/
Aivazovska M17 E97 transitions to the M17
Krym Ferry / International border
Russia Ferry Krym - Kavkaz
Verkhnebakanskij E115/A146 Route to Novorossiysk
Novorossiysk E115/M4 E97 transitions to the M4
Dzhubga E592/M4/M27 E97 transitions to the M27
Georgia VeselojeKheivani International border
Georgia Poti E70 Route to Trabzon
Turkey BatumiHopa International border
Turkey Trabzon E70
Aşkale 1360 E80
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References

  1. ^ a b Inland Transport Committee (March 28, 2008). "European Agreement on Main International Traffic Arteries (AGR)" (PDF).  
  2. ^ "Azarov creates group for bridging the Kerch Strait".  
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