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The Autobahn (plural) is the federal controlled-access highway system in Germany.
The Austrian autobahns are controlled-access highways in Austria.
The Autoroute, or highway, system in France consists largely of toll roads (76% of the total).
Morocco's network of Motorways is administered by the state-owned company Autoroutes du Maroc (ADM).
The Autostrade (singular Autostrada) are roads forming the Italian national system of motorways.
The Brazilian Highway System (Portuguese: Sistema Nacional de Rodovias) is the highway system of Brazil.
Brunei National Roads System (Malay; Sistem Jalan Kebangsaan Brunei: Jawi; سيستم جالن كبڠسأن بروني) is the main national road network in Brunei.
A controlled-access highway is a type of highway which has been designed for high-speed vehicular traffic, with all traffic flow and ingress/egress regulated.
Expressways are the highest class of roads in the Indian road network.
Expressways in South Korea, officially called as National expressways, were originally numbered in order of construction.
The expressway network of China, with the national-level expressway system officially known as the National Trunk Highway System (abbreviated as NTHS), is an integrated system of national and provincial-level expressways in China.
The expressways (高速道路 kōsoku-dōro, lit. high-speed road) of Japan make up a large network of controlled-access toll expressways.
The Expressways of Singapore are special roads that allow motorists to travel quickly from one urban area to another.
Sri Lanka currently has over of designated expressways serving the southern part of the country.
This is a list of freeways (or motorways/expressways) in Australia, sorted by states and territories and their corresponding routes.
The history of Freeways in Iran goes back to 35 years ago.
Highways in Taiwan are classified into five types.
There are various Highways and Routes in the Dominican Republic.
The Highways in Albania are the central state and main transport network in Albania.
Highways in Bulgaria are dual carriageways, grade separated with controlled-access, designed for high speeds.
Colombian geography presents formidable challenges to roadbuilders, needing to communicate its largest production centers deep inside the Andes with major ports in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans.
Highways in Croatia are the main transport network in Croatia.
Highways in Estonia are the main transport network in Estonia.
Highways in Finland, or Main roads, comprise the highest categories of roads in Finland.
Highways in Greece are generally organized so that the odd-numbered highways are of north-south alignment and even numbered highways are of east-west alignment.
According to the Állami Autópályakezelő Zrt. ("State Motorway Management Plc."), the total length of the Hungarian motorway system was 1,491 kilometers in 2018.
The primary highways of Peru are assigned using a numeric designation and sometimes a name.
Highways in Poland are public roads designed to carry large amounts of traffic.
Controlled-access highways in Romania are dual carriageways, grade separated with controlled-access, designed for high speeds.
The highways in Slovakia are divided into motorways and expressways.
The highways in Slovenia are the central state roads in Slovenia and are divided into motorways (avtocesta, AC) and expressways (hitra cesta, HC).
The Spanish motorway (expressways) network is the eleventh largest in the world, by length.
Highways in the Czech Republic are managed by the state-owned Road and Motorway Directorate of the Czech Republic –, established in 1997.
The international E-road network is a numbering system for roads in Europe developed by the United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE).
The Dwight D. Eisenhower National System of Interstate and Defense Highways, commonly known as the Interstate Highway System, is a network of controlled-access highways that forms part of the National Highway System in the United States.
This is a list of the expressways in the Philippines.
The following is a partial list of highways in Argentina, including present and past National and Provincial Routes.
Iraq has a network of highways connecting it from the inside among the Iraq provinces and to the outside neighbouring countries: Iran, Turkey, Syria, Jordan, Saudi Arabia and Kuwait.
The highway system in Puerto Rico is composed of approximately of roads and is maintained by Puerto Rico's Department of Transportation and Public Works (Spanish: Departmento de Transportación y Obras Públicas) or DTOP.
This is a list of Israeli highways.
This is a list of autopistas, or tolled (cuota) highways, in Mexico.
This is a list of motorways and expressways in New Zealand, including some proposed and under construction.
In Belgium, the motorways (autosnelwegen; autoroutes; Autobahnen) are indicated by an A and an E(uropean) number.
There are six motorways in Luxembourg, forming the backbone of road infrastructure in Luxembourg.
Sweden has a fairly limited system of motorways (motorväg in Swedish).
These are the Netherlands' motorways by their national number, listed with the most important towns at or near the roads.
The list of motorways in the United Kingdom is a complete list of motorways in the United Kingdom.
This is a list of toll roads in Indonesia grouped per province.
The Malaysian Expressway System (Sistem Lebuh Raya Ekspres Malaysia) is a network of national controlled-access expressways in Malaysia that forms the primary backbone network of Malaysian national highways.
There are over 1000 km of motorways in Denmark.
Motorways in Serbia are called autoput (аутопут), a name which simply means auto road.
In Ireland, the highest category of road is a motorway (mótarbhealach, plural: mótarbhealaí), indicated by the prefix M followed by one, two or three digits.
The motorways in the Republic of Macedonia are called avtopat and the name, like its translation in most languages, simply means auto road.
Motorways of Pakistan (پاکستان کی موٹروے) are a network of multiple-lane, high-speed, controlled-access highways in Pakistan, which are owned, maintained and operated federally by Pakistan's National Highway Authority.
Switzerland has a two-class highway system: motorways with separated roads for oncoming traffic and a standard maximal speed limit of, and expressways often with oncoming traffic and a standard maximal speed limit of.
National routes in South Africa are a class of roads and freeways which connect major cities.
Numbered highways in Canada are split by province, and a majority are maintained by their province or territory transportation department.
The Otoyol (Plural: Otoyollar) is the national network of controlled-access highways in Turkey.
Since the arrival of the first motor cars on the island in 1907, Cyprus has developed a modern road network.
Roads are the main transport network in Armenia.
Automobile roads in Belarus are classified into several categories.
The road network of Cuba consists of of roads, of which are paved and are unpaved.
There are three types of autoroutes in Georgia, namely international routes, state routes and local routes.
The road network in Jamaica consists of almost 21,000 kilometres of roads, of which over 15,000 kilometres is paved.
The roads of Kosovo form the backbone of its transportation system.
Roads in Portugal are defined by National Road Plan, which describes the existing and planned network of Portuguese roads.
Roads in Ukraine (Авто(мобі́льні) шляхи України, Автошляхи) is a network of automobile roads that includes various types of roadways.
The motorways (ทางหลวงพิเศษ) in Thailand is an intercity toll controlled-access highways network that currently spans.
Bosnia and Herzegovina has facilities for road, rail, and air transport.
Transport in Chile is mostly by road.
As an oil rich nation, transport in Kuwait is largely road-based with one car for every 2.25 people.
This article provides an overview of the transport infrastructure of Latvia.
Transportation in Lebanon varies greatly in quality from the ultramodern Beirut International Airport to poor road conditions in many parts of the country.
Transport in Lithuania relies mainly on road and rail networks.
Martinique, like other small Caribbean islands, has no railways.
This article is about transport in Oman.
Trinidad and Tobago, a country that relies heavily on industrialisation and tourism, has various transport systems.