East–West Motorway (Romania)

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East–West Motorway
Autostrada Est–Vest
Route information
Maintained by Compania Națională de Autostrăzi și Drumuri Naționale din România
Length: 307 km (191 mi)
(planned length)
Major junctions
From: Târgu Mureș (Junction with A3)
To: Ungheni (Border with Moldova)
Highway system
Roads in Romania

The East–West Motorway is a planned motorway in Romania, that will connect the north-eastern part of the country with the city of Târgu Mureș, where it will merge with the A3 motorway. 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.[1]

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