List of motorways in the Netherlands

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Motorways in the Netherlands
Motorways in the Netherlands
Motorways in the Netherlands highlighted in red
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These are the Netherlands' motorways by their national number, listed with the most important towns at or near the roads. The numbers start with 'A' for 'autosnelweg' (motorway in Dutch). Some of these also carry one ore more European E-road numbers on (sections of) their trajectory. Although E-roads in the Netherlands are virtually all motorway, the trajectories are frequently not the same.

Motorways[edit]

A1Amsterdam - Hilversum - Amersfoort - Apeldoorn - Deventer - Hengelo - Germany (Bad Bentheim)
A2Amsterdam - Utrecht - 's-Hertogenbosch - Eindhoven - Weert - Geleen - Maastricht - Belgium (Visé)
A4 three unconnected trajectories:

Amsterdam - Schiphol - Hoofddorp - Leiden - The Hague - Delft
Vlaardingen - Hoogvliet
Dinteloord - Bergen op Zoom - Belgium (Antwerp)

A5 Hoofddorp - Badhoevedorp
A6 — from A1 - Almere - Lelystad - Emmeloord - Joure
A7Zaanstad - Purmerend - Hoorn - (Afsluitdijk) - Sneek - Heerenveen - Drachten - Groningen - Hoogezand - Winschoten - Nieuweschans - Germany (Bunde)
A8Amsterdam - Zaanstad
A9 — from A1 - Amsterdam Zuidoost - Amstelveen - Badhoevedorp - Haarlem - Beverwijk - Alkmaar
A10Amsterdam ring
A12Germany (Oberhausen) - Zevenaar - Arnhem - Ede - Utrecht - Gouda - Zoetermeer - The Hague
A13The Hague - Rotterdam
A15Europoort - Rotterdam - Dordrecht - Gorinchem - Tiel - Nijmegen
A16Rotterdam - Dordrecht - Breda - Belgium (Antwerp)
A17Moerdijk - Roosendaal
A18Zevenaar - Doetinchem - Varsseveld
A20Gouda - Rotterdam - Vlaardingen - Maassluis
A22Velsen - Beverwijk
A27Breda - Gorinchem - Utrecht - Hilversum - Huizen - Almere
A28Utrecht - Amersfoort - Harderwijk - Zwolle - Meppel - Hoogeveen - Assen - Groningen
A29Rotterdam - Dinteloord
A30Barneveld - Ede
A31Harlingen - Leeuwarden
A32Meppel - Steenwijk - Heerenveen - Akkrum - Leeuwarden
A35Enschede - Hengelo - Almelo - Wierden
A37Hoogeveen - Emmen - Zwartemeer
A38 — from A15 A16 - Ridderkerk
A44Wassenaar - Leiden - Nieuw Vennep
A50Eindhoven - Oss - Wijchen - Arnhem - Apeldoorn - Zwolle
A58Eindhoven - Tilburg - Breda - Roosendaal - Bergen op Zoom - Goes - Middelburg - Vlissingen
A59Willemstad - Moerdijk - Waalwijk - 's-Hertogenbosch - Oss
A65Tilburg - Berkel-Enschot
A67Belgium (Turnhout) - Eindhoven - Venlo - Germany (Duisburg)
A73 — from A50 - Nijmegen - Venlo -Roermond - A2 near Maasbracht
A74Venlo - Germany (Kaldenkirchen)
A76Belgium (Genk) - Stein - Geleen - Heerlen - Germany (Aachen)
A77Boxmeer - Germany (Goch)
A79Maastricht - Heerlen
A200Zwanenburg-East - Haarlem-East (former A5)
A208 — from A22 - Velsen - Haarlem
A256 — from A58 - Goes
A261Tilburg - Loon op Zand
A270Eindhoven - Helmond
A325Arnhem - Nijmegen (former A52)
A326Wijchen - Nijmegen
A348Arnhem - Dieren (former A48)

Former motorways[edit]

The following routes lost their motorway-status:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Wat voor wegen zijn er in Nederland en wie is de wegbeheerder". De Rijksoverheid. Retrieved 21 December 2014. 

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