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European Route E24
The EUROPEAN ROUTE E 24 is part of the United Nations
United Nations
international E-road network . It runs for 254 km (158 mi) from Birmingham
Birmingham
to Ipswich
Ipswich
. ROUTEThe route of the E 24 begins at the E 05 near Birmingham
Birmingham
, where the M6 Toll
M6 Toll
merges with the M6 and the E 5 switches from the M6 Toll
M6 Toll
to the M42 . The E 24 heads east on the M6 to its end at the M1 (E 13 ), and continues past the junction onto the A14 . The E 24 crosses the E 15 (A1 ) at Huntingdon
Huntingdon
, and continues east along the A14 past Cambridge
Cambridge
to the A12 at Ipswich
Ipswich
, where the E 24 route ends
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European Route E14
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 14 is a road part of the International E-road network . It begins in Trondheim
Trondheim
, Norway
Norway
and ends in Sundsvall
Sundsvall
, Sweden
Sweden
. The road is 461 kilometres (286 mi) in length. The road follows the route Trondheim
Trondheim
- Storlien Östersund Sundsvall
Sundsvall
. Just east of Trondheim
Trondheim
, the road goes through the 3,928-metre (12,887 ft) long Hell Tunnel . After crossing the border from Norway
Norway
it runs through the mountainous western Jämtland County of Sweden, passing the well-known Ånnsjön mountain lake. REFERENCES * ^ "Road Transport Infrastructure; Intermediate roads" (PDF). UNECE
UNECE
. 2002-04-05. p. 14. Retrieved 2010-07-26
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European Route E12
Norway
Norway
, Sweden
Sweden
, Finland
Finland
HIGHWAY SYSTEM INTERNATIONAL E-ROAD NETWORK E 12 in Parola, Finland
Finland
E 12 in Norway
Norway
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 12 is a road that is part of the International E-road network . It begins in Mo i Rana , Norway
Norway
, transverses Sweden and ends in Helsinki
Helsinki
, Finland
Finland
, with a ferry line between Sweden
Sweden
and Finland. The part within Finland
Finland
is Finnish national highway 3 . The road is about 910 km (570 mi) in length
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European Route E16
Coordinates : 54°59′38″N 7°19′34″W / 54.994°N 7.326°W / 54.994; -7.326 E16 ROUTE INFORMATION LENGTH: 1,180 km (730 mi) MAJOR JUNCTIONS WEST END: Derry
Derry
( Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland
) EAS
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European Route E17
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 17 passes through the following cities: * Belgium
Belgium
* (A14 ) Antwerp → Sint-Niklaas Ghent
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European Route E18
EUROPEAN ROUTE E18 runs from Craigavon
Craigavon
in Northern Ireland
Northern Ireland
to Saint Petersburg in Russia, passing through Scotland
Scotland
, Norway
Norway
, Sweden
Sweden
, and Finland
Finland
. It is about 1,890 kilometres (1,174 miles) in length
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European Route E11
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 11 is a road part of the International E-road network . It begins in Vierzon and ends in Montpellier
Montpellier
, is 570 km (350 mi) long, and all of it in France
France
. A71 Vierzon-Bourges-Montulçon-Clermont Ferrand A75 Clermont Ferrand-Mende-Millau-A750 A750 A75- Montpellier
Montpellier
The road uses the highest major road bridge in the world, the Viaduc de Millau , 2,460 m (8,070 ft) long and 270 m (890 ft) high, from ground to road. The route also passes (but does not cross) the Viaduc de Garabit , which was built in the 1880s by Gustave Eiffel
Gustave Eiffel

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European Route E10
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 10 is the second shortest Class A road which is part of the International E-road network
International E-road network
. It begins in Å , Norway
Norway
and ends in Luleå , Sweden
Sweden
. The road is about 850 km (530 mi) in length. The Norwegian part of the road is also named KONG OLAV VS VEI (King Olav V's road). The road follows the route Å – Leknes Svolvær – Gullesfjordbotn – Evenes Bjerkvik Kiruna Töre Luleå The entire road is paved and two-lane. It has a 90 or 110 km/h (68 mph) speed limit in Sweden, and is usually 7-8 meters wide, enough to make encounters between heavy vehicles trouble-free. In Norway
Norway
the road is much more twisting than in Sweden, and around 6-7,5 m wide usually with a speed limit of 80 km/h (50 mph)
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European Route E06
EUROPEAN ROUTE E6 (Norwegian : Europavei 6 or simply E6) is the main north-south road through Norway
Norway
, and the west coast of Sweden
Sweden
. It is 1,919 mi (3,088 km) long and runs from the southern tip of Sweden
Sweden
at Trelleborg , into Norway
Norway
and through almost all of the country north to the Arctic Circle
Arctic Circle
and Nordkapp
Nordkapp
. The route ends in Kirkenes
Kirkenes
close to the Russian border
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European Route E07
The EUROPEAN ROUTE E 07 is a part of the international E-road network from Pau in France
France
to Zaragoza
Zaragoza
in Spain
Spain

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European Route E8
The EUROPEAN ROUTE E 8 is a European route that goes from Tromsø
Tromsø
, Norway
Norway
to Turku
Turku
, Finland
Finland
. The length of the route is 1,410 kilometres (880 mi)
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European Route E09
The EUROPEAN ROUTE E 09 is part of the United Nations international E-road network . It starts at Orléans , France
France
, and goes south to Barcelona
Barcelona
, Spain
Spain

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European Route E19
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 19 is 551-kilometre (342 mi) long European route . Its route begins in the Netherlands
Netherlands
, and ends in France
France
, via Belgium
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European Route E20
The EUROPEAN ROUTE E 20 is part of the United Nations
United Nations
International E-road network . It runs roughly west–east through Ireland
Ireland
, the United Kingdom
United Kingdom
, Denmark
Denmark
, Sweden
Sweden
, Estonia
Estonia
and finally Russia
Russia
. The length is 1,880 km (1,170 mi). The road is not continuous; at three points, a sea crossing is required
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European Route E29
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 29 is a series of roads in Europe
Europe
, part of the United Nations
United Nations
International E-road network . It runs from Cologne
Cologne
, Germany
Germany
through Luxembourg
Luxembourg
, through Germany again, and finishing at Sarreguemines , France
France
. Firstly it leaves Cologne
Cologne
, where it links with the E 31 , the E 35 , the E 37 and the E 40 . It then heads south and crosses into Luxembourg
Luxembourg
, and into Luxembourg
Luxembourg
City , where more links are made to the E 25 , the E 44 and the E 125
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European Route E28
EUROPEAN ROUTE E 28 is a west-east intermediate road in the international E-road network . Beginning at the Bundesautobahn 10 (Berliner Ring) in Germany
Germany
, it runs west-east for a length of 1,230 km (760 mi) to Minsk
Minsk
, Belarus
Belarus
. The section between Kaliningrad
Kaliningrad
and Minsk
Minsk
is part of the Pan-European Corridor IX . HISTORYIn the 1975-version of E-roads, the predecessor of this road was the E26 (and current E26 was called E28) going from Berlin
Berlin
to Gdańsk. It changed its name when it still was this short. This was not signposted, as signposting was delayed until the modified version was released, in which the road was called E28
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