D303 road

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D303 state road shield

D303 state road
Route information
Length 13.5 km (8.4 mi)
Major junctions
From Motorway-A9-Hex-Green.svg A9 and
Motorway-A8-Hex-Green.svg A8 in Kanfanar interchange
  Državna cesta D21.svg D21 near Kanfanar interchange
To Rovinj
Counties Istria
Major cities Rovinj
Highway system
State roads in Croatia
Rovinj, at the western terminus of D303

D303 is a state road connecting A9 and A8 motorways (Kanfanar interchange) to Rovinj. The road is 13.5 km long.[1][2]

The road, as well as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintained by Hrvatske ceste, state owned company.[3]

Traffic volume[edit]

Traffic is regularly counted and reported by Hrvatske ceste, operator of the road.[4] Substantial variations between annual (AADT) and summer (ASDT) traffic volumes are attributed to the fact that the road connects A9 motorway carrying substantial tourist traffic to Rovinj, a major summer resort.

D303 traffic volume
Road Counting site AADT ASDT Notes
Državna cesta D303.svg D303 2716 Sošići 6,741 13,187 The only published traffic counting site on D303.

Road junctions and populated areas[edit]

D303 junctions/populated areas
Type Slip roads/Notes
Sinnbild Autoabzweig.svg Kanfanar interchange:
Motorway-A9-Hex-Green.svg A9 motorway to Pula (to the south) and to Umag (to the north)
Motorway-A8-Hex-Green.svg A8 to Rijeka
Ž5077 to Kanfanar
The eastern terminus of the road. Eastbound D303 traffic defaults to the Ž5077.
Sinnbild Autoabzweig.svg Državna cesta D21.svg D21 to Bale.
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg L50128 to Bubani
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Putini
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Rovinjsko Selo
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Rovinj
Ž5095 to Valalta resort
Ž5096 to Bale
The western terminus of the road.


  1. ^ "Decision on categorization of public roads as state roads, county roads and local roads". Narodne novine (in Croatian). February 17, 2010. 
  2. ^ "Interchanges of the Y". BINA-Istra. May 15, 2010. 
  3. ^ "Public Roads Act". Narodne novine (in Croatian). December 14, 2004. 
  4. ^ "Traffic counting on the roadways of Croatia in 2009 - digest" (PDF). Hrvatske ceste. May 1, 2010. Archived from the original (PDF) on July 21, 2011. 

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