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M2 expressway (Hungary)

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M2 expressway (Hungary)

M2 motorway shield

M2 motorway
M2 autópálya
Route information
Part of E77
Length: 32 km (20 mi)
70 km (43 mi) planned
Major junctions
From: M0 in Budapest
To: Hont
R3 border with  Slovakia
Counties: Pest, Nógrád
Highway system
Motorways in Hungary

The M2 motorway, or 2/A, is a Hungarian motorway connecting Budapest to Vác. It currently only operates until Dunakeszi as a motorway, and from that point it is a one-lane highway. It follows the original route of the no. 2 highway (E77), towards the border with Slovakia. In future stages it will extend toward Salgótarján.

Junctions, exits and rest area

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