D34 road (Croatia)

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D34 state road shield

D34 state road
Route information
Length: 79.0 km (49.1 mi)
Major junctions
From: Državna cesta D2.svg D2 in Slatina
Državna cesta D2.svg D69 in Slatina
  Državna cesta D53.svg D53 in Donji Miholjac
Državna cesta D517.svg D517 in Valpovo
To: Državna cesta D2.svg D2 near Osijek
Counties: Virovitica-Podravina, Osijek-Baranja
Major cities: Slatina, Donji Miholjac, Belišće, Valpovo, Osijek
Highway system
State roads in Croatia
Donji Miholjac, on the D34 road route
A D34 road mile marker

D34 is a state road in Slavonia region of Croatia connecting the cities of Slatina, Donji Miholjac, Valpovo and Osijek.[maps 1] The road is 79 km (49 mi) long.[1]

The road, as well as all other state roads in Croatia, is managed and maintained by Hrvatske ceste, state owned company.[2]

Traffic volume[edit]

Traffic is regularly counted and reported by Hrvatske ceste, operator of the road.[3]

D34 traffic volume
Road Counting site AADT ASDT Notes
Državna cesta D34.svg D34 2411 Podravska Moslavina 1,986 2,022 Between the Ž4030 and Ž4031 junctions.
Državna cesta D34.svg D34 2402 Donji Miholjac - east 3,463 3,729 Adjacent to the D53 junction.
Državna cesta D34.svg D34 2405 Šag 5,237 4,949 Adjacent to the Ž4051 junction.

Road junctions and populated areas[edit]

D34 junctions/populated areas
Type Slip roads/Notes
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Slatina
Državna cesta D2.svg D2 to Našice, Osijek and Vukovar (to the east) and to Virovitica and Varaždin (to the west).
Državna cesta D69.svg D69 to Voćin and Kamenska
The western terminus of the road.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Medinci
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž4026 to Nova Šarovka.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Novi Senkovac
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Šaševo
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Čađavica
Ž4038 to Mikleuš and Četekovac.
Ž4024 to Noskovci, Sopje, Vaška and Suhopolje (D2).
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Čađavački Lug
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Gezinci
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Podravska Moslavina
Ž4030 to Moslavački Krčenik, Zdenci, Orahovica, Kutjevo and Pleternica (D38).
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Viljevo
Ž4031 to Šljivoševci and Koška (D2).
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Donji Miholjac
Ž4032 to Ivanovo.
Državna cesta D53.svg D53 to Donji Miholjac border crossing to Hungary.[4]
The D34 and D53 roads are concurrent to the south of the junction.
Ž4295 within the town.
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Državna cesta D53.svg D53 to Našice (D2) and Slavonski Brod.
The D34 and D53 roads are concurrent to the north of the junction.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Sveti Đurađ
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Podgajci Podravski
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Črnkovci
Ž4047 to Čamagajevci and Miholjački Poreč (D53).
Ž4049 to Marijanci and Šljivoševci.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Veliškovci
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Valpovo
Državna cesta D517.svg D517 to Belišće and Beli Manastir (D7).
Ž4051 within the city.
Ž4052 to Koška (D2).
Ž4059 to Bocanjevci.
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Šag
Sinnbild Innerorts.svg Petrijevci
Ž4061 to Ladimirevci.
Sinnbild Autokreuzung.svg Ž4068 to Josipovac, Višnjevac and Osijek.
Sinnbild Autoabzweig.svg Državna cesta D2.svg D2 to Našice and Varaždin (to the west) and to the A5 motorway Osijek interchange,[5] Osijek and Vukovar (to the east).
The interchange marks the western extent of Osijek bypass.
The eastern terminus of the road.


  1. ^ Overview map of the D34 (Map). OpenStreetMap. Retrieved July 26, 2014. 


  1. ^ Ministry of Sea, Transport and Infrastructure (Croatia) (June 4, 2013). "Decision on categorization of public roads" (in Croatian). Narodne novine. Retrieved July 26, 2014. 
  2. ^ "Public Roads Act". Narodne novine (in Croatian). December 14, 2004. 
  3. ^ "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. 
  4. ^ "Map of border crossings and customs office areas" (PDF). Customs Administration of the Republic of Croatia (in Croatian). March 6, 2008. 
  5. ^ "Regulation on motorway markings, chainage, interchange/exit/rest area numbers and names". Narodne novine (in Croatian). May 6, 2003.