Arab Mashreq International Road Network

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The map of the network

The Arab Mashreq international Road Network is an international road network between the Arab countries of Syria, Iraq, Jordan, Palestine (Israel included), Lebanon, Kuwait, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Qatar, UAE, Oman and Yemen.

The network is a result of the 2001 Agreement on International Roads in the Arab Mashreq, a United Nations multilateral treaty which entered into force in 2003 and has been ratified by the 13 countries for which the network serves. (The Agreement has been ratified by the State of Palestine but not by Israel.)

Route List[edit]

Number Summary Route notes
Mashreq-M5.gif Iraq, East Arabian Peninsula Zakho- Mosul - Baghdad - Samawa - Basrah - Safwan Abdally - Kuwait City - Nuwayseeb Khafji - Abu Hadriyah - Dammam - Hufuf - Salwa - Batha'a - Al Ghweifat - Abu Dhabi - Dubai - Fujairah - Kalba Khatmat Malahaw - Sohar - Muscat - Nizwa - Thumrayt - Salalah The section Dammam - Hufuf - Salwa will eventually be replaced by the coastal road (Dammam - Salwa) upon its completion
Mashreq-M7.gif Abu Dhabi-Sohar Abu Dhabi - Al Ayn - Buraimi Buraimi - Sohar
Mashreq-M9.gif Al Ayn-Nizwa Al Ayn - Mazyad - Hafit - Nizwa
Mashreq-M10.gif Northern Iraq-East Mediterranean Haj Omran - Irbil - Mosul - Rabieyyah Yaroubia - Qamishli - Aleppo - Lattakia
Mashreq-M15.gif Aleppo-Ramadi Aleppo - Deir Ez-Zor - Albu Kamal Al kaem - Ramadi
Mashreq-M20.gif Central Syria Qamishli - Hasakah - Deir Ez-Zor - Homs - Tartus
Mashreq-M25.gif Petroleum Pipeline Hadithat - Ar'ar - Hafar El-Batin - Abu Hadriyah
Mashreq-M30.gif Western Iraq-Eastern Mediterranean Rutbah - Al-Walid Tanf - Damascus - Jedeidet Yabus Masna' - Beirut
Mashreq-M35.gif Middle Arabian peninsula Amman - Al Azraq - Omari Hadithat - Sakakah - Ha'il - Burayda - Riyadh - Al Kharj
Mashreq-M40.gif Iraq, Jordan, Palestine (Israel) and Mediterranean Southern Coast Munthareya- Khanaqin - Baghdad - Ramadi - Rutbah - Tarabil Karamah - Al Azraq - Amman - King Hussein Bridge Jerusalem - Gaza - Rafah Arish - Kantara Bridge - Port Said - Alexandria - As Sallum
Mashreq-M45.gif Syria-Jordan-Saudi Arabia-Yemen Bab Al Hawa - Aleppo - Homs - Damascus - Nasib Jaber - Amman - Ma'an - Al Mudawara Halat Ammar - Tabuk - Qaliba - Medina - Mecca - Abha - Elb Baqim - Sana'a - Ta'izz
Mashreq-M47.gif Ma'an-Aqaba Ma'an - Aqaba
Mashreq-M50.gif Baghdad-Cairo Baghdad - Karbala - Al Nukhaib - Jedeidat Ar'ar Jedeidat Ar'ar - Ar'ar - Sakakah - Qaliba - Tabuk - Ad-Durra Ad Durra - Aqaba Eilat Nuweiba - Nakhel - Shatt - Cairo
Mashreq-M51.gif Eastern Mediterranean Coast Kasab - Lattakia - Tartus - Dabboussieh Abboudieh - Tripoli - Beirut - Naqoura
Mashreq-M55.gif Sinai - East Red Sea Arish - Nakhel - Nuweiba Eilat Aqaba - Ad-Durra Ad-Durra - Dhuba - Yanbu - Rabigh - Jeddah - Darb - At-Tuwal Harad - Hodeidah - Al Mukha
Mashreq-M60.gif Western Saudi Arabia-Upper Egypt Dhuba Ferry Sign.svg Safaga - Qena - Mutt
Mashreq-M65.gif Red Sea-West Coast Ismailia - Suez - Safaga - Halayeb
Mashreq-M70.gif Kuwait-Yanbu Kuwait City - As-Salmi Ar-Ruqi - Hafar Al-Batin - Artawiya - Burayda - Medina - Yanbu Eventually a section will be added upon being completed, branching off from this route at Artawiya and heading east to Jubail via Abu Hadriya
Mashreq-M75.gif Nile Valley Alexandria - Cairo - Qena - Arqin
Mashreq-M80.gif Manama-Jeddah Manama -King Fahd Causeway- Dammam - Riyadh - Mecca - Jeddah
Mashreq-M90.gif Doha-Ad Darb Doha - Abu Samra Salwah- Batha'a - Harad - Al Kharj - Sulayyil - Abha - Ad-Darb
Mashreq-M100.gif Southern Arabian Peninsula Thumrayt - Mazyounah Shahan - Gheizah - Al Mukalla - Aden - Ta'izz - Al Mukha

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