D30 road (Croatia)
|Length:||83.1 km (51.6 mi)|
|From:||A3 in Buzin interchange|
| D408 near Velika Gorica
D31 near Velika Gorica
D36 near Lekenik
D37 in Petrinja
D224 in Panjani
D47 in Hrvatska Kostajnica
|To:||Hrvatska Kostajnica border crossing to Bosnia and Herzegovina|
|Counties:||City of Zagreb, Zagreb County, Sisak-Moslavina|
|Major cities:||Velika Gorica, Petrinja, Hrvatska Kostajnica|
|State roads in Croatia|
D30 is a state road in central Croatia connecting Velika Gorica, Petrinja and Hrvatska Kostajnica[maps 1] to Croatian motorway network at the A3 motorway Buzin interchange and to the City of Zagreb via Savezne Republike Njemačke Street. The road is 83.1 km (51.6 mi) long.
Traffic is regularly counted and reported by Hrvatske ceste, operator of the road. Sections of the road running through Velika Gorica and Petrinja are not covered by the traffic counting sites, but the section is assumed to carry a substantial volume of urban traffic in addition to the regular D30 traffic.
|D30 traffic volume|
|D30||2014 Velika Mlaka||37,260||35,160||Between the Ž3109 and D408 junctions.|
|D30||2035 Velika Gorica northern bypass||7,958||7,119||Adjacent to the D408 junction.|
|D30||2019 Lekenik||8,469||8,547||Adjacent to the Ž3230 junction.|
|D30||2020 Žažina||8,439||8,600||Between the D36 and Ž3156 junctions.|
|D30||3208 Petrinja - north||4,718||5,306||Between the Ž3242 and D37 junctions.|
|D30||3205 Budičina||2,034||2,583||Adjacent to the Ž3201 junction.|
|D30||3311 Hrvatska Kostajnica||3,080||3,464||Adjacent to the D224 junction.|
Road junctions and populated areas
|D30 junctions/populated areas|
A3 to Lučko and Jankomir interchanges (to the west) and to Kosnica and Ivanja Reka interchanges (to the east).
To Zagreb via Savezne Republike Njemačke Street.
Both the D30 to the south of the interchange and Savezne Republike Njemačke Street to the north are double carriage roads.
The northern terminus of the road.
|Velika Gorica - north interchange
A11 to Jakuševec interchange (A3) (to the north) and to Lekenik (to the south).
|D408 to Zagreb Airport|
| D31 to Kosnica interchange (A3).
The D30 and D31 roads are concurrent to the south of the junction.
| D31 to Pokupsko and Glina (D6).
The D30 and D31 roads are concurrent to the north of the junction.
|The southern terminus of the suburban double carriage road.|
Ž3151 to Brežane Lekeničke and Cerje.
Ž3292 to Peščenica railway station.
|Ž3230 to Poljana Lekenička|
Ž3157 to Greda.
| D36 to Pokupsko and Karlovac (to the west).
The D30 and D36 roads are concurrent to the south of the junction.
|Ž3156 to Žažina|
| D36 to Sisak and A3 motorway Popovača interchange (to the east).
The D30 and D36 roads are concurrent to the north of the junction.
|Ž3156 to Mala Gorica|
Ž3242 to Vurot, Stara Drenčina and Staro Pračno.
| D37 to Glina.
The D30 and D37 roads are concurrent to the east of the junction.
D37 to Sisak .
The D30 and D37 roads are concurrent to the west of the junction.
Ž3200 to D37 state road.
|Ž3201 to Donja Mlinoga|
Ž3208 to Mađari.
|Ž3240 to Gornja Mlinoga|
|Ž3244 to Mala Gradusa and Drljača.|
|Ž3241 to Mečenčani and Borojevići.|
D224 to Sunja and Mošćenica (D37).
D47 to Dvor, Hrvatska Dubica and the A3 motorway Novska interchange.
|Hrvatska Kostajnica border crossing to Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The road extends to Bosanska Kostajnica, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The southern terminus of the road.
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
- OpenStreetMap. Overview map of the D30 (Map). http://www.openstreetmap.org/relation/339431. Retrieved July 22, 2014.
- "Regulation on motorway markings, chainage, interchange/exit/rest area numbers and names". Narodne novine (in Croatian). May 6, 2003.
- Ministry of Sea, Transport and Infrastructure (Croatia) (June 4, 2013). "Decision on categorization of public roads" (in Croatian). Narodne novine. Retrieved July 22, 2014.
- "Public Roads Act". Narodne novine (in Croatian). December 14, 2004.
- "Traffic counting on the roadways of Croatia in 2013 - digest". Hrvatske ceste. May 2014. Retrieved 2014-07-22.
- "Map of border crossings and customs office areas". Customs Administration of the Republic of Croatia (in Croatian). March 6, 2008.