Europastrasse 77

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Europastrasse 77
Sign of the European route 77
History map of the E77
Basic data
Overall length: 1690 km

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The European route 77 ( E 77 for short ) is an important north-south road connection that leads from Russia via Estonia , Latvia , Lithuania , Poland and Slovakia to Hungary .

Originally the European route ended in Gdansk in the north , but was extended in 1998, with a sea route between Kaliningrad and Gdansk now interrupting the road. The road starts in the south in Budapest and goes to Vác . The route in Hungary is formed by the M 2 motorway and road number 2 and has a total length of about 70 kilometers. In Slovakia, the E 77 runs on the R1 and R3 expressways for a total of 205 kilometers. In Poland, the road is congruent with state road 7 ( droga krajowa 7 ) via Krakow to Warsaw and ends in Gdansk. There the road is interrupted by the Baltic Sea and begins in the Kaliningrad Oblast in Kaliningrad. In the oblast, the route is formed by the A229 , where it meets the E 28 , and the A216 . In Lithuania the road runs as the A12 through the town of Šiauliai and intersects with the E 272 . In Latvia the road has a total length of 274 kilometers and is formed by the A8 and A2 . The latter runs through Riga and crosses the European roads E 22 and E 67 . The almost 22 kilometers in Estonia are formed by the Põhimaantee 7 . The conclusion is 70 kilometers as the A212 in Russia to Pskow .

Web links


  1. ^ Report of the sixteenth session. United Nations , archived from the original on July 27, 2007 ; Retrieved July 4, 2016 (Norwegian).