|Maintained by Compania Națională de Autostrăzi și Drumuri Naționale din România|
|Length:||314 km (195 mi)
|From:||Ploiești (Junction with A3)|
|To:||Albița (Border with Moldova)|
|Roads in Romania|
The Ploiești–Albița Motorway is a planned motorway in Romania, designed to link Ploiești with the north-eastern part of the country, along the Pan-European Corridor IX. It is planned to be 314 km long and will branch off the A3 motorway, following the route: Ploiești, Buzău, Focșani, Albița.
The second section, from Focșani to Albița (155 km), will have a different route number assigned, as the motorway that branchess off the A3 motorway in Ploiești will continue from Focșani towards north, to Siret, as the A7 motorway.
Also on the route of the planned A7 motorway is the Bacău bypass (30.6 km, of which 19.7 km of motorway), which was tendered in August 2013 and for the beginning will only be built at half profile. It was awarded for construction in November 2013, to the Turkish company Eko İnşaat.
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- "Constructie autostrazi Coridorul IX Ploieşti - Albiţa Tronsonul Focşani - Albiţa". CNADNR. Retrieved 7 January 2014.
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