D22 road (Croatia)
(Redirected from D22 (Croatia))
|Length:||42.7 km (26.5 mi)|
|From:|| D3 and
D24 in Novi Marof
|D10 in Križevci interchange|
|To:||D28 in Sveti Ivan Žabno|
|Major cities:||Novi Marof, Križevci, Sveti Ivan Žabno|
|State roads in Croatia|
|D22 traffic volume|
|D22||1233 Možđenec||2,892||2,919||Between the D3 and D24 junction.|
|D22||1228 Vukovec||1,142||1,306||Adjacent to the L26003 junction.|
|D22||2125 Trema||2,375||2,286||Adjacent to the Ž2228 junction.|
Road junctions and populated areas
|D22 junctions/populated areas|
D3 to Varaždin (D2) (to the north) and to Sveti Ivan Zelina (to the south).
D24 to Zabok (to the west) - the D22 and D24 are concurrent to the east.
The western terminus of the road.
| A4 Novi Marof interchange to Varaždin and Zagreb.
D24 to Varaždinske Toplice (D526) and Ludbreg (D2) (to the east).
The D22 and D24 are concurrent to the west.
Ž2135 to Grana.
Ž2175 to Visoko.
|Sveti Petar Orehovec
Ž2176 to Miholec.
Ž2177 to Selanec.
|Ž2138 to Selanec and Kalnik.|
Ž2178 to Bočkovec.
D41 to Koprivnica (D2) (to the north) and to Vrbovec and D10 expressway Vrbovec 1 interchange (to the south).
Ž2089 to Apatovec and Ludbreg.
Ž2179 to Sveta Helena.
Ž2209 within the city.
Ž2210 to Veliki Potočec.
D10 expressway to Sveta Helena interchange (A4) (to the south).
Ž2211 to Poljana Križevačka and Dubrava (D26).
|Ž2228 to Trema.|
|Sveti Ivan Žabno
D28 to the D10 expressway Gradec interchange (to the south) and to Bjelovar (D43) and Veliki Zdenci (D5) (to the east).
The eastern terminus of the road.
- "Regulation on motorway markings, chainage, interchange/exit/rest area numbers and names". Narodne novine (in Croatian). April 24, 2003.
- Ministry of Sea, Transport and Infrastructure (Croatia) (June 4, 2013). "Decision on categorization of public roads as state roads, county roads and local roads" (in Croatian). Narodne novine. Retrieved July 21, 2014.
- "Public Roads Act". Narodne novine (in Croatian). December 14, 2004.
- "Brojenje prometa na cestama Republike Hrvatske godine 2015" [Traffic counting on the roadways of Croatia in 2015] (PDF) (in Croatian). Hrvatske ceste. April 2016. Retrieved 2016-09-08.