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
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
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
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

See also[edit]