A10 (Croatia)

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A10 motorway shield

A10 motorway
Autocesta A10
Map key - violet planned Map key - blue other motorways
Route information
Part of European route E73 shield
Major junctions
From: A1-BIH-2014.svg A1 at Nova Sela border crossing
  D62 near Kula Norinska
To: A1 Metković interchange
Location
Counties: Dubrovnik-Neretva
Highway system
Motorways in Croatia

The A10 motorway (Croatian: Autocesta A10) is a motorway, in southern Croatia extending from the Bosnia and Herzegovina A1 motorway towards the Croatian A1 motorway Metković interchange.[1] The motorway includes the Nova Sela border crossing.[2] The motorway is 4.6 km (2.9 mi) long. It is the shortest motorway in Croatia, but still important as a part of the Pan-European Corridor Vc.[3]

On 15 May 2007, the Croatian Government and the Government of Bosnia and Herzegovina signed a Protocol on cooperation that defined the contact point of the Croatian and Bosnian-Herzegovinian motorways on the Corridor Vc, which caused a significant alteration of the Croatian A1 route near Vrgorac as well as a complete revamp of the A10 route.[4]

Scheduled in 2011 to open in 2013,[3] the A10 was opened in late 2013.[5]

Exit list[edit]

County km Exit Name Destination Notes
Dubrovnik‑Neretva 0.0 Zeichen 392 - Zollstelle, StVO 1970.svg Nova Sela border crossing A1-BIH-2014.svg A1
E73
Nova Sela border crossing to Bosnia and Herzegovina. The road continues into Bosnia and Herzegovina as the A1 motorway towards Mostar
The northern terminus of the motorway.
2.2 1 Kula Norinska D62 Connection to Kula Norinska and Metković (D9).
3.1 Zeichen 391 - Mautpflichtige Strecke, StVO 2003.svg Čarapine toll plaza
4.6 2 Metković A1
E65
E73
Connection to Ploče (via the D425) and Split.
The southern terminus of the motorway.
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi
  •       Unopened

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