|Dálnice D7 in the Czech Republic|
|Operator:||Ředitelství silnic a dálnic ČR|
|Start of the street:||Prague|
|End of street:||Chomutov|
|Overall length:||82 km|
|of which in operation:||42.5 km|
|of which under construction:||3.8 km|
|of which in planning:||38.5 km|
Kraj ( region ):
The D7 begins at the Prague Airport junction , where it emerges from the route of the Prague ring road. At its northern end is the Silnice I / 7 , which leads to the Reitzenhain border crossing . There the federal highway 174 connects , which continues to Chemnitz .
The route between Praha-Ruzyně and the airport is signposted as Silnice 7, as there is a pedestrian traffic light in the area. The speed is limited there to 50 km / h and monitored on both sides by photo radar. The temporary end of the expressway is at the Knovíz junction south-east of Slaný. Until then, the route is subject to vignette and toll. The approximately 18 km long section is in a relatively poor structural condition and marked by road damage and sometimes exits without threading and unthreading strips. To bypass the village of Sulec, an approximately 1 kilometer long four-lane toll road section has already been built that is not signposted as an expressway. There has been another section between Bítozeves and Vysočany since 2009, which is designated as an expressway, but remains free of vignettes for the time being.
On April 27, 2010, the two sections Vysočany - Droužkovice (9.44 km, 2.38 billion CZK) and Droužkovice - Nové Spořice (6.39 km, approx. 2.05 billion CZK) began. The completion of these two sections was planned for September 2013. Both sections have been under traffic since December 2013.
- D7 to Ceske Dalnice (Czech)