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The European route
European route
E 22 is one of the longest European routes. It has a length of about 5,320 km (3,310 mi). Many of the E-roads have been extended into Asia since the year 2000; the E 22 was extended on 24 June 2002.

Contents

1 Route

1.1  United Kingdom 1.2  Netherlands 1.3  Germany

1.3.1 Elbe Crossing

1.4  Sweden 1.5  Latvia 1.6  Russia

2 Gallery 3 External links

Route[edit]  United Kingdom[edit] Port of Holyhead
Holyhead
(53°18′34″N 4°37′44″W / 53.3094°N 4.6289°W / 53.3094; -4.6289)

: Holyhead
Holyhead
-

Ewloe
Ewloe
Interchange (53°11′15″N 3°03′51″W / 53.18752°N 3.06427°W / 53.18752; -3.06427)

: - Ellesmere Port

Dunkirk Roundabout (53°14′43″N 2°56′14″W / 53.24527°N 2.93714°W / 53.24527; -2.93714)

: Ellesmere Port
Ellesmere Port
- Warrington

Lymm
Lymm
Interchange (53°21′09″N 2°30′10″W / 53.3525°N 2.5029°W / 53.3525; -2.5029)

: Warrington
Warrington
(Concurrency with )

Croft Interchange (53°25′34″N 2°33′22″W / 53.426°N 2.5561°W / 53.426; -2.5561)

: Warrington
Warrington
- Manchester
Manchester
(Start of concurrency with )

Eccles Interchange (53°29′15″N 2°22′36″W / 53.48761°N 2.37666°W / 53.48761; -2.37666)

: Manchester
Manchester
Outer Ring Road

Simister
Simister
Island (53°32′59″N 2°15′38″W / 53.54978°N 2.26054°W / 53.54978; -2.26054)

: Manchester
Manchester
- Goole
Goole
(Interchange with at Pontefract
Pontefract
and end of concurrency with )

Langham Interchange (53°41′04″N 0°58′09″W / 53.6844°N 0.9693°W / 53.6844; -0.9693)

: Goole
Goole
-

North Ings Interchange (53°35′29″N 0°59′14″W / 53.5915°N 0.9872°W / 53.5915; -0.9872)

: Whole length

Barnetby Top (53°35′08″N 0°24′50″W / 53.58556°N 0.41392°W / 53.58556; -0.41392)

: -

Brocklesby Interchange (53°36′51″N 0°16′58″W / 53.61415°N 0.28289°W / 53.61415; -0.28289)

: - Immingham
Immingham
(Whole length)

Port of Immingham
Immingham
(53°37′38″N 0°11′27″W / 53.62718°N 0.19097°W / 53.62718; -0.19097)  Netherlands[edit] Main article: European route
European route
E22 in the Netherlands Amsterdam
Amsterdam
(52°22′N 4°54′E / 52.367°N 4.900°E / 52.367; 4.900)

: Ring Amsterdam
Amsterdam
(Interchange with at and at )

Coenplein (52°25′23″N 4°52′34″E / 52.4231°N 4.876°E / 52.4231; 4.876)

: Amsterdam
Amsterdam
- Zaandam

Knooppunt Zaandam
Zaandam
(52°27′20″N 4°50′29″E / 52.4556°N 4.8415°E / 52.4556; 4.8415)

: Zaandam
Zaandam
- Sneek

Folsgare
Folsgare
(53°02′28″N 5°36′37″E / 53.04109°N 5.61029°E / 53.04109; 5.61029)

: Sneek

Sneek
Sneek
(53°01′01″N 5°41′03″E / 53.017°N 5.6842°E / 53.017; 5.6842)

: Sneek
Sneek
- Groningen

Gronigen-West (53°11′48″N 6°32′25″E / 53.1966°N 6.5403°E / 53.1966; 6.5403)

: Groningen
Groningen
(Interchange with at )

Westerbroek (53°12′15″N 6°37′56″E / 53.20416°N 6.63233°E / 53.20416; 6.63233)

: Groningen
Groningen
- German border

Bad Nieuweschans
Bad Nieuweschans
(53°10′50″N 7°12′26″E / 53.18056°N 7.20722°E / 53.18056; 7.20722)  Germany[edit] Bunde (53°11′N 7°16′E / 53.183°N 7.267°E / 53.183; 7.267)

: Dutch border - (Whole length)

Dreieck Bunde (53°09′46″N 7°16′59″E / 53.1628°N 7.2831°E / 53.1628; 7.2831)

: - Leer

Dreieck Leer
Leer
(53°16′01″N 7°29′49″E / 53.267°N 7.497°E / 53.267; 7.497)

: Leer
Leer
- Bremen
Bremen
(Interchange with at )

Dreieck Stuhr
Stuhr
(53°00′19″N 8°42′09″E / 53.00533°N 8.70239°E / 53.00533; 8.70239)

: Bremen
Bremen
- Lübeck
Lübeck
(Interchange with at Bremen, at and at Hamburg
Hamburg
and at Lübeck)

Kreuz Lübeck
Lübeck
(53°51′00″N 10°35′37″E / 53.8501°N 10.5937°E / 53.8501; 10.5937)

: Lübeck
Lübeck
- Grimmen

Stralsund
Stralsund
(54°05′11″N 13°07′39″E / 54.08632°N 13.1275°E / 54.08632; 13.1275)

: Grimmen
Grimmen
- Sassnitz
Sassnitz
(Concurrency with )

Sassnitz
Sassnitz
(54°30′59″N 13°38′28″E / 54.51639°N 13.64111°E / 54.51639; 13.64111) Elbe Crossing[edit] Main article: Elbe Crossing There are currently plans to reroute the E22 between Lübeck
Lübeck
and Westerstede, to go north of Hamburg
Hamburg
and Bremen
Bremen
over the A20, when this new motorway will be built after 2020. The E22 would then use the planned tunnel under the Elbe at Drochtersen/Glückstadt.[citation needed]  Sweden[edit] Main article: European route
European route
E22 in Sweden Trelleborg
Trelleborg
(55°22′N 13°10′E / 55.367°N 13.167°E / 55.367; 13.167)

: Trelleborg
Trelleborg
- Malmö
Malmö
(Start of concurrency with )

Trafikplats Petersborg (55°32′51″N 13°00′08″E / 55.5474°N 13.0023°E / 55.5474; 13.0023)

: Malmö
Malmö
(End of concurrency with , concurrency with and interchange with )

Trafikplats Kronetorp (55°38′28″N 13°06′17″E / 55.6411°N 13.1047°E / 55.6411; 13.1047)

: Malmö
Malmö
- Norrköping
Norrköping
(Interchange with )

Norrköping
Norrköping
(58°36′N 16°12′E / 58.600°N 16.200°E / 58.600; 16.200) In Sweden, E-Roads do not have national numbers. There is currently no ferry across the Baltic Sea
Baltic Sea
between Norrköping
Norrköping
and Ventspils. The best ferry alternative is from Nynäshamn
Nynäshamn
to Ventspils. The line is run by Scandlines.  Latvia[edit]

Ventspils
Ventspils
- Jūrmala
Jūrmala
- Rīga Rīga Rīga
Rīga
- Salaspils Salaspils
Salaspils
- Bunči Bunči - Tīnūži Tīnūži - Bekas - Koknese Koknese
Koknese
- Pļaviņas
Pļaviņas
- Jēkabpils Jēkabpils
Jēkabpils
- Varakļāni
Varakļāni
- Viļāni
Viļāni
- Rēzekne
Rēzekne
- Ludza
Ludza
- Terehova

 Russia[edit]

Zasitino - Dubrovka - Pustoshka - Velikiye Luki
Velikiye Luki
- Nelidovo - Rzhev
Rzhev
- Volokolamsk
Volokolamsk
- Krasnogorsk Moscow
Moscow
(Start of Concurrency with , , , , ) Moscow
Moscow
(End of Concurrency with , , , , - Balashikha
Balashikha
- Noginsk
Noginsk
- Vladimir - Vyazniki - Dzerzhinsk - Nizhny Novgorod
Nizhny Novgorod
- Kstovo
Kstovo
- Cheboksary
Cheboksary
- Tsivilsk
Tsivilsk
- Kazan Kazan
Kazan
- Malmyzh - Igra
Igra
- Ochyor
Ochyor
- Krasnokamsk
Krasnokamsk
- Perm
Perm
- Kungur
Kungur
- Revda - Pervouralsk
Pervouralsk
- Ekaterinburg Ekaterinburg
Ekaterinburg
- Bogdanovich - Kamyshlov
Kamyshlov
- Tyumen Tyumen
Tyumen
- Yalutorovsk
Yalutorovsk
- Ishim

Between Kazan
Kazan
and Igra, the road goes the detour over Yelabuga, because the shortest route between Kazan
Kazan
and Igra
Igra
uses a ferry over the Vyatka River
Vyatka River
(56°35′31″N 50°42′32″E / 56.592°N 50.709°E / 56.592; 50.709), and the road is a bad gravel road around that area. Google Maps
Google Maps
shows the to use the ferry, but that is wrong; the UN convention lists Yelabuga along a paved road without any ferry. Both routes are visible in Google Streetview. A much used shortcut is Izhevsk
Izhevsk
- Votkinsk
Votkinsk
- Perm. Between Perm
Perm
and Ishim, the follows the Trans-Siberian Railway. Gallery[edit]

/ at Penmaenmawr, North Wales, UK.

/ at junction 22, the highest point on the English motorway network, West Yorkshire, UK

over Afsluitdijk
Afsluitdijk
in Netherlands

at Norrköping, Sweden

near Rīga, Latvia

/ begins in Moscow

/ near Orekhovo-Zuyevo, Moscow
Moscow
Oblast, Russia

in Pokrov, Russia

Wikimedia Commons has media related to E22.

External links[edit]

Unece: Route of E 22 E22 route near Jūrmala, Latvia

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International E-road network

E01 E03 E04 E05 E06 E07 E08 E09 E10 E11 E12 E13 E14 E15 E16 E17 E18 E19 E20 E21 E22 E23 E24 E25 E26 E27 E28 E29 E30 E31 E32 E33 E34 E35 E36 E37 E38 E39 E40 E41 E42 E43 E44 E45 E46 E47 E48 E49 E50 E51 E52 E53 E54 E55 E56 E57 E58 E59 E60 E61 E62 E63 E64 E65 E66 E67 E68 E69 E70 E71 E72 E73 E74 E75 E76 E77 E78 E79 E80 E81 E82 E83 E84 E85 E86 E87 E88 E89 E90 E91 E92 E93 E94 E95 E96 E97 E98 E99 E101 E105 E115 E117 E119 E121 E123 E125 E127

E134 E136 E201 E231 E232 E233 E234 E251 E261 E262 E263 E264 E265 E271 E272 E311 E312 E313 E314 E331 E371 E372 E373 E391 E401 E402 E403 E404 E411 E420 E421 E422 E429 E441 E442 E451 E461 E462 E471 E501 E502 E511 E512 E531 E532 E533 E551 E552 E571 E572 E573 E574 E575 E576 E577 E578 E579 E581 E583 E584 E592 E601 E602 E603 E604 E606 E607 E611 E612 E641 E651 E652 E653 E661 E662 E671 E673 E675 E691 E692 E711 E712 E713 E714 E717 E751 E761 E762 E763 E771 E772 E773 E801 E802 E803 E804 E805 E806 E821 E840 E841 E842 E843 E844 E846 E847 E848 E851 E852 E853 E871 E881 E901 E902 E903 E931 E932 E933 E951 E952 E961 E962 E981 E982 E001 E002 E003 E004 E005 E006 E007 E008 E009 E010 E011 E012 E013 E014 E015 E016 E017 E018 E019

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Transport in Greater Manchester

Transport for Greater Manchester Museum of Transport get me there

Air

City Airport & Heliport Manchester
Manchester
Airport

Bus

Operators

Arriva North West Bluebird Bullocks Diamond Bus North West Finglands Coachways First Greater Manchester GM Buses Jim Stones Coaches JPT Magic Bus Manchester
Manchester
Community Transport Mayne Coaches Maytree Travel Network Warrington Rosso Stagecoach Manchester Stotts UK North

Routes

1 2 3 17 42 43 58 184 192 Metroshuttle

Road

European route
European route
E22 Kingsway M6 M56 M60 M61 M62 M66 M67 M602 A57(M) A627(M) Manchester
Manchester
Inner Ring Road

Tram

Metrolink History of Metrolink Timeline of Metrolink Greater Manchester
Manchester
Metro Limited T-68 M5000

Cycle

Cycling in Manchester National Cycle Route 6

Rail

Stations

List of open railway stations List of closed railway stations

Lines

Buxton Calder Valley Crewe–Manchester Glossop Hope Valley Liverpool–Manchester Manchester–Preston Manchester–Southport Stafford–Manchester Stockport–Stalybridge Styal

Operators

British Rail
British Rail
(1948–1997) Regional Railways
Regional Railways
(1982–1996) Network NorthWest
Network NorthWest
(1989–c.1992) First North Western
First North Western
(1997–2004) Northern Rail
Northern Rail
(2004–2016) Northern (2016–2025)

TIF bid

Congestion charging in Greater Manchester Greater Manchester
Manchester
Transport Innovation Fund United City

See also: Trans

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