M5 highway (Russia)

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M5 marker


Federal Highway M5
Федеральная автомобильная дорога M5
Ural Highway
Route information
Part of E30AH7
Length: 1,879 km (1,168 mi)
Major junctions
North end: Moscow
South end: Chelyabinsk
Highway system
Russian Federal Highways

The Russian route M5 (also known as the Ural Highway) is a major trunk road running across a distance of 1879 km from Moscow to the Ural Mountains. It is part of the European route E30 and the Trans-Siberian Highway.

The highway starts at the crossing of the Moscow Ring Road and Volgogradsky Prospekt and runs southeast through Lyubertsy, crossing the Oka River at Kolomna. The Ural Highway continues across nine regions of Russia, passing through a dangerous mountain stretch before terminating at Chelyabinsk. The road continues from Chelyabinsk further east to Omsk, Novosibirsk, Irkutsk as the Russian route M51.

Route[edit]

0 km Moscow
23 km Chulkovo
44 km Bronnitsy
70 km Stepanshchino
93 km Kolomna
116 km Lukhovitsy
Ryazan Oblast
181 km Ryazan
302 km Putyatino
345 km Shatsk
Mordvinia
440 km Zubova Polyana
Penza Oblast
472 km Spassk
525 km Nizhny Lomov
593 km Mokshan
634 km Penza
706 km Chaadayevka
745 km Kuznetsk
761 km Yevlashchevo
Ulyanovsk Oblast
822 km Novospasskoye
Samara Oblast
887 km Syzran
930 km Mezhdurechensk
Bridge across the Volga
972 km Tolyatti
1032 km Crossing M32 near Samara
1043 km Krasny Yar
1115 km Sukhodol
1178 km Staraya Balykla
Orenburg Oblast
1204 km Severnoye
Tatarstan
1271 Bavly
Bashkortostan
1285 Oktyabrsky, Bashkortostan
1324 Serafimovsky
1392 Kob-Pokrovka
1459 Ufa
Chelyabinsk Oblast
1625 Yuryuzan
1759 Miass
1777 Chebarkul
1855 Chelyabinsk, M36, M51