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The 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
United Kingdom
* 1.2 Netherlands
Netherlands

* 2 Gallery * 3 External links

ROUTE

UNITED KINGDOM

* : Holyhead - * : - Ellesmere Port * : Ellesmere Port - Warrington
Warrington
* : Warrington
Warrington
(Concurrency with ) * : Warrington
Warrington
- MANCHESTER (Start of concurrency with ) * : MANCHESTER Outer Ring Road (Clockwise) * : MANCHESTER - Goole (Interchange with at Pontefract and end of concurrency with ) * : Goole - * : Whole length * : - * : - Immingham (Whole length)

NETHERLANDS

Main article: European route E22 in the Netherlands
Netherlands

* AMSTERDAM (Interchange with at and at ) * Amsterdam
Amsterdam
- Zaandam
Zaandam
* Zaandam
Zaandam
- Groningen
Groningen
* Groningen
Groningen
(Interchange with at ) * Groningen
Groningen
- German border

* Germany * / border - Bunde * Bunde - Leer * Leer - Westerstede
Westerstede
- Oldenburg - Delmenhorst
Delmenhorst
- Bremen
Bremen
* Bremen
Bremen
- Ottersberg
Ottersberg
- Hollenstedt - Seevetal
Seevetal
- Hamburg
Hamburg
- Lübeck * Lübeck - Wismar - Rostock
Rostock
- Grimmen
Grimmen
* Grimmen
Grimmen
(Start of Concurrency with ) - Straslund - Lietzow
Lietzow
(End of concurrency with ) - Sassnitz Port

* Gap Sassnitz Port - Trelleborg

There are currently plans to reroute the E22 between Lübeck and Westerstede
Westerstede
, to go north of Hamburg
Hamburg
and Bremen
Bremen
over the A20 , when this new motorway will be built around 2020. The E22 would then use the planned tunnel under the Elbe
Elbe
at Drochtersen .

* Sweden

Trelleborg - Malmö - Lund - Kristianstad
Kristianstad
- Sölvesborg
Sölvesborg
- Karlshamn
Karlshamn
- Karlskrona
Karlskrona
- Kalmar
Kalmar
- Norrköping
Norrköping
- (no ferry to Ventspils) Main article: European route E22 in Sweden
Sweden

In Sweden, E-Roads do not have national numbers. There is currently no ferry across the Baltic Sea between Norrköping
Norrköping
and Ventspils
Ventspils
. The best ferry alternative is from Nynäshamn
Nynäshamn
to Ventspils
Ventspils
. The line is run by Scandlines
Scandlines
.

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

* Russia

* Zasitino - Dubrovka - Pustoshka - 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 - Cheboksary
Cheboksary
- Tsivilsk
Tsivilsk
- Kazan
Kazan
* Kazan
Kazan
- Malmyzh - Igra - Ochyor
Ochyor
- Krasnokamsk - Perm
Perm
- Kungur
Kungur
- Revda - Pervouralsk - Ekaterinburg * Ekaterinburg - Bogdanovich - Kamyshlov - Tyumen
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 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 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