Autovía A-80

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Autovía A-80
Autovía del Suroccidente
Route information
Length: 32 km (20 mi)
Major junctions
From: La Espina (A-63)
To: Cangas del Narcea
Highway system
Autopistas and autovías in Spain

The Autovía A-80, also known as Autovía del Suroccidente (Southwestern highway), ia proposed highway in Asturias, Spain.

A-80 was initially proposed by Francisco Álvarez-Cascos, Minister of Public Works and Transport during the government of José María Aznar, as a connection of the coastal resort of Ribadesella and the Autovía A-8 with Cangas de Onís, but was discarded when José Luis Rodríguez Zapatero became Prime Minister.

Zapatero changed totally the project to a highway that will connect the A-63 at La Espina with Cangas del Narcea.[1]

Sections[edit]

Section Status (2015) Length (km)
La Espina (A-63) - Tineo Under study 11.4
Tineo - Cangas del Narcea Under study 20.7

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