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Motorway 27 (Greece)

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Motorway 27 (Greece)

A27 motorway shield

A27 motorway
Αυτοκινητόδρομος 27
Route information
Length: 80 km (50 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Republic of Macedonia border
South end: Kozani
Location
Regions: West Macedonia
Major cities: Kozani, Ptolemaida, Florina
Highway system
Motorways in Greece

Motorway 27 (A27) is a branch of the A2 (Egnatia Odos), at Kozani which leads towards Ptolemaida and from there to Florina and the border crossing with the Republic of Macedonia. Within 2012 tenders were announced for the construction of the 14 km section from Florina up to the border crossing with the Republic of Macedonia as a motorway. Construction started in 2013 and it is expected to finish in late 2015. The section from Ptolemaida to Florina is operational as an expressway.

Route

Exit Name Destinations Notes
Niki border crossing (Republic of Macedonia)
northern terminus of the A27
Florina
Vevi North
Vevi South
Xino Nero
Amyntaio
Vegoritida
Filotas
Perdikkas
Ptolemaida North
Ptolemaida South
Pontokomi
Kozani Interchange Southern terminus of A27


The A27 near the town of Kozani
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