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European route E98

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European route E98

E98 shield

E98
Route information
Length: 58 km (36 mi)
Major junctions
West end: Topboğazi (Turkey)
East end: Cilvegözü (Turkey)
Location
Countries: Turkey
Highway system
International E-road network

The European route E98 or E98 is a European road running from Topboğazi in Turkey to the border with Syria.

General

The European road E98 is a Class A West-East connection road and connects the Turkish city Topboğazi with the border of Syria which makes it at a length of approximately 58 kilometers. The route has been recorded by the UNECE as follows: [1] Topboğazi - Kırıkhan - Reyhanlı - Cilvegözü - Syria.

References

  1. ^ Road Transport Infrastructure. (European Agreement on Main International Traffic Arteries (AGR); Consolidated text of the AGR.); 5 april 2002.


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