East–West Motorway (Romania)
|Maintained by Compania Națională de Autostrăzi și Drumuri Naționale din România|
|Length:||307 km (191 mi)
|From:||Junction with A3|
|To:||Ungheni (EU border with Moldova)|
The East–West Motorway is a planned motorway that will connect the north-eastern part of Romania and the Republic of Moldova with the city of Târgu Mureș and the A3 motorway, which will further connect to the Hungarian motorway network. It will cross the Eastern Carpathians and will have a 307 km length, with a total estimated cost of 6.14 billion euro.
It will have the following route, from west to east: Târgu Mureș – Sovata – Praid – Ditrău – Tulgheș – Poiana Largului – Târgu Neamț – Pașcani – Târgu Frumos – Iași – Ungheni. Currently, the feasibility study is conducted by a private contractor, but the construction has recently been under debate, primarily due to its high cost.
See also 
- "Ponta: In acest moment nu avem solutie de finantare pentru autostrada Iasi - Tg. Mures". Hotnews.ro. 24 January 2013.
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