A3 road (Latvia)

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A3 marker

A3
Valgas šoseja
Route information
Part of E264
Length: 123 km (76 mi)
Major junctions
From: Inčukalns
To: Valka (Estonian border)
Highway system

National Roads in Latvia

A2 A4
A3 near Valmiera bypass.

The A3 is a national road in Latvia connecting Inčukalns to Estonian border in Valka. The road is part of European route E264, and part of TEN-T road network of Latvia. After the border, the road turns into Estonian National Highway 3, which leads to Jõhvi in northeastern Estonia. The length of A3 in Latvian territory is 122 kilometers. The road leads through the scenic Gauja National Park. Currently A3 has 1x2 lanes in full length. A3 bypasses Valmiera, which is one of the biggest cities in Latvia. There aren’t any plans to widen it in near future. Almost half of A3 was reconstructed in 2012. Speed limit is 90 km/h. The avarege AADT on A3 in 2013 was 4360 cars per day.

Crossings[edit]

# Road name Location
1 P7 Ragana
2 P9 Ragana
3 P8 Inciems
4 P14 Stalbe
5 P11 Valmiera
6 P16 Valmiera
7 P17 Valmiera
8 P25 Strenči

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Coordinates: 57°28′28″N 25°17′03″E / 57.474354°N 25.28413°E / 57.474354; 25.28413